This Is the Police 2 strategy adventure launches today

this is the police 2 strategy adventure launches on linux mac windows

This Is the Police 2 strategy adventure releases today on Linux, Mac and Windows. And so far, the reviews are Positive. Holding at a solid 88% on Steam.

So what’s wrong with our publishing buttons? Somebody write Weappy Studio a ticket. Since they also forgot to press the ‘Go Live’ button for the original This Is The Police PC release.
So this time Weappy pressed it a bit too early. Apparently this is a new strategy. Therefore ignore the previous 2 August release date.

Since This Is the Police 2 is out now on Linux, Mac and Windows. And that two-day head start is good, as Sharpwood desperately needs a new Sheriff. Hopefully you’re ready to report for duty.

This Is the Police 2 launches early on Linux, Mac, Windows

So welcome to Sharpwood, a cold and harsh border town riven with violence. where no one is completely innocent. Smugglers, gangs, and screaming populists call this town their home. To maintain peace and order, the young sheriff Lilly Reed (Sarah Hamilton, The Longest Journey) will have to team up with fugitive criminal Jack Boyd (Jon St. John, Duke Nukem), and pray that her dangerous plan doesn’t spiral out of control.

About This Is the Police 2
A mixture of adventure and management genres, This Is The Police 2 picks up the original’s baton and introduces new mechanics that strengthen the strategic and tactical elements of the series. Now it isn’t enough to simply manage your police force’s equipment and individual skills. Every challenge requires your direct participation in tactical combat scenes where outcomes hinge on your decisions. Subordinates aren’t just some resource: they are living people with their own strengths, weaknesses, fears and prejudices, and you’ll have to grapple with all these components in order to survive.

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This Is the Police 2 launches today, priced at $13.49 USD, including a 10% discount off the regular $14.99 USD. So this means day one support for Linux, Mac, Windows on Steam, GOG and Humble Store.

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