Bee Simulator buzzes its way to launch on Xbox One, PS4, PC and Nintendo Switch

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Should you save the bees, the bees will save you. And in Bee Simulator you’ll be left learning all about life as a bee, along with the importance of said bees in our fragile ecosystem. 

Available to purchase and download right now in the North American region, with a UK launch on Xbox One, PS4, PC and Nintendo Switch occurring come 14th November, Bee Simulator has been thought of as a PG version of Grand Theft Auto, just wrapped up in an eco-friendly educational experience, all while living out life as a bee. 

Priced up at $39.99 (discounted to $35.99) on the Xbox Store for Xbox One, Bee Simulator will see you buzzing your way to glory, fighting back against evil wasps and terrifying spiders, all as you run through a mission based arcade adventure simulation, hunting down sources of pollen and protecting your hive – and your Queen Bee – for all your worth. 

Keeping those pesky humans away from your hive is the order of the day in Bee Simulator and whilst the last animal sim – Goat Simulator – went down the madcap route, Bee Simulator from Bigben Interactive and Varsav Game Studios promises a much more serene feel, delivering an educational look at the vibrant micro eco-system that lives alongside us. 

Our full review of Bee Simulator on Xbox One will be winging its way towards your eyes any day now, but in the meantime, head over to your favoured digital store, get a download in action, and kick back with the flight of your life. 

Game Description:

See the world through the eyes of a bee! Explore a world inspired by Central Park where you can take part in bee races, collect pollen from rare flowers and defy dangerous wasps. Play with friends or family in three game modes, including co-op and PvP on split screen. The hive awakens as the sun’s first rays warm the horizon. It’s time to test your wings, receive orders from the Queen and begin your first mission. And that’s just the start of your adventures. Humans want to cut down the tree that holds your hive, so your fate – and that of the whole swarm – rests on your tiny shoulders!

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