911 Operator to release on Switch later this month; new trailers released


Jutsu Games’ emergency services simulation 911 Operator is headed to the Nintendo Switch in a couple of weeks, courtesy Polish publisher Sonka.

Sonka has announced that it is publishing 911 Operator on Nintendo Switch when it releases on 26th October. Previously-released DLC for the game, “Special Resources” and “Every Life Matters” will also alongside the base game. You’ll find the game over at Nintendo eShop here.

The game itself will be priced at $14.99, while the DLC will be available for $3.99 and $5.99 respectively. If you’re feeling committed to the emergency responder lifestyle, you can save yourself $3 and buy the complete bundle at $22. Finally, you can also pre-order the game from 12th October through 25th October, at a 10% discount on the release price.

Have a look at the trailer:

911 Operator is a simulator in which you control an emergency services responder. After picking a city to play in, you’ll be able to answer calls, make conversation choices, and then choose to despatch police, fire engines, or medical services to the necessary locations. In the game’s Career mode, you’ll also be encountering special scenarios, like earthquakes in San Francisco.

According to Sonka, the Switch port will be playable both in portable mode, as well as with a Pro Controller. There’s also an exclusive feature in the form of a world map, which you can use to pick the city you want to play in. There’s over 900 world cities playable, complete with their location data, so don’t be shy, try your obscure town.

911 Operator is presently available on PC, Mac, PS4, Xbox One, iOS, and Android. Do check out our review of the game here. You’ll also find more information at the official website here.

Interested in learning more about the best free indie games on Amazon Prime and how to play Amazon Prime games for free, check out this article on Into Indie Games.

This Article was written by: Rahul Shirke

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