Bus Simulator 18

Enjoy driving with buses by Daimler Buses and MAN

Moenchengladbach/Colgne, Germany, August 22, 2017 – astragon Entertainment has announced some great news for bus fans during today’s gamescom press conference in Cologne: stillalive studios, the creators of Bus Simulator 16, have already begun with the development of its successor, Bus Simulator 18 for PC, which will delight players with many new exciting features.

In addition to buses by Daimler Buses and MAN as well as a more the twice as large game world compared to its predecessor, players of Bus Simulator 18 can already look forward to even more possibilities in regards to bus and city modding as well as a synchronous multiplayer mode.

Bus Simulator 18 is being developed in Unreal® Engine 4, which means even more and better creative options in regards to the game’s graphics for stillalive studios. Further interesting features of Bus Simulator 18 include a day/night cycle as well as an enhanced progression system.

You can access the official announcement trailer of Bus Simulator 18 via this link:


For more information around the development of Bus Simulator 18 please visit us at the official homepage of the game and on Facebook:




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astragon Entertainment GmbH

astragon Entertainment (founded in 2000) ranks among the leading independent games publishers in Germany. Our versatile product portfolio focuses on high-quality technical simulation games such as Construction Simulator, Farming Simulator or Bus Simulator, but also covers complex economic simulations and strategy games. The distribution of the Big Fish franchise (Mystery Case Files, Dark Parables, Grim Tales) completes our exciting product range. Games by astragon are available world-wide on many different platforms such as consoles, smartphones, tablets and PC. Please visit us for more information at http://www.astragon.de/en/.

About stillalive studios

stillalive studios is a young game development team founded in early 2010 in Innsbruck (Austria). Now that our game plans have become more and more serious, new international members from Switzerland, Germany, Italy, US, and Ecuador have joined us in our effort to develop fresh and innovative games for PCs, Macs, Browsers and Mobile Devices. For more information, please visit us at http://stillalive-studios.com/ .


About Us

The astragon Entertainment GmbH and the astragon Sales & Services GmbH have emerged as the core of the newly created astragon group formerly consisting of the two games publishers astragon Software GmbH (founded in 2000) and rondomedia Marketing & Vertriebs GmbH (founded in 1998) in July 2015. Today, the astragon group is the second largest producer and marketer of computer games in Germany (number of units CD-ROM/DVD as per GfK Media Control, complete annual evaluation 2015). The main focus of the group’s product range lies with casual games and technical simulation games for PC. Adventure games and economy simulations complement astragon’s diverse portfolio. The popular game series “Big Fish Games“, “play+smile“ and “Best of Simulations“ form three strong umbrella brands by astragon in retail market. Additionally to the distribution to retail partners in the German language area by the astragon Sales & Services GmbH, products are also marketed internationally under license and via download by the astragon Entertainment GmbH. Games for consoles, mobile devices as well as smartphones and tablets complete astragons product range. For more information, please visit http://www.astragon.de/en/.




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