‘Firefighting Simulator: The Squad’ Has a Release Date for Nintendo Switch Consoles

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Have you ever been dreaming of becoming a firefighter? If your answer is ‘yes,’ it means you should definitely check out what ‘Firefighting Simulator: The Squad’ has to offer! This awe-inspiring simulator presents an unparalleled opportunity to immerse yourself in the riveting world of battling infernos, stepping in the shoes of a valiant member within the esteemed ranks of a prominent US city’s firefighting brigade.

Whether you choose to collaborate harmoniously with up to three comrades in the enthralling co-op multiplayer mode or embark on a solitary quest of valor in the single-player experience, Firefighting Simulator bestows an unforgettable journey of heroic proportions.

‘Firefighting Simulator’ launches for Nintendo Switch on Sept. 28

In late September, those who prefer their gaming on the handheld Nintendo Switch console will have the chance to run Firefighting Simulator: The Squad on it as well. The game will become available for that platform on September 28, which means that the fans only have two months more to wait!

Here’s a relevant quote about the game coming from its official Steam page:

Firefighting Simulator lets you experience what it means to fight fires up close as an active part of a major US city’s firefighting team. Discover over 40 diverse deployment locations and complete exciting missions that span a 15k acres large townscape inspired by the North American Westcoast. Operate faithfully reproduced Rosenbauer America fire trucks, extinguish fires, and rescue civilians in need – together with up to three friends in the co-op multiplayer or with the help of AI team members in the single player mode.

Are you ready to engage in the heart-pounding action as you confront raging flames and rescue imperiled lives in Firefighting Simulator, all while gaining a profound appreciation for the indomitable spirit of firefighting camaraderie? Feel free to leave us your opinions in the comment section below!

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