Responding is here to bring a unique and new perspective to the emergency services simulator genre, with the freedom of a sandbox and the realism of a simulator all set in a massive open world where even the AI lives their own life.
Since the player will be interacting the most with the AI it was very important to create AI that behaves in a realistic way, this to simulate events that police officers experience in the real world. Each individual AI has an identity with a job (or not), children, married & a police history this will ultimately influence the decision making in each scenario. Will the suspect surrender or flee?
You can't protect the citizens of New York on your own, the AI is there to help you, and if that is not enough you can always join forces with friends in your own singleplayer game or eventually even create a custom dedicated server whith the possibility of creating your own gamemodes.
A complex and realistic sandbox allowing you to play the game as you like, Responding is setup with a minimal HUD in mind allowing for the most immersive experience to date, does something look like you can interact with it, most likely that you can just like in real life!
Short for DAS is the system that you will use for all information gathering within the police force, here you can run license plates, check criminal history, create incident reports, use a realtime map of all the active calls in the city and decide what to respond to, with much more coming.
When we say freedom we mean it, the customization is a good example of that. Being able to setup your patrol vehicle, duty belt and weapon to your personal preference is very important for a successful police tour.
With the same level of detail you will have the ability to customize your clothing, duty belt and weapons.
Experience the police services like never before!
Be part of the most realistic and free police experience to date, pursuit a suspect fleeing from a crime scene or kick in some doors with an arrest warrent. With the use of many complex mechanics such as the DAS system where you can write complete incident cases and create investigations to keep track of the sometimes complex scenarios that are happening in the city.
Paramedics are the frontline for saving lives!
As a paramedic you are the person AI and players will turn to when wounded, and with all the filled compartments in your ambulance you have plenty of tools at your disposal to make a difference in life or death situations. Paramedics will experience an equal amount of freedom like police officers, using a system similar to DAS to see the active jobs and an ambulance where you can fully arrange the large selection of equipment in each compartmnent.