Flashing Lights

When I think of the police, I think of guns.

Ahem, moving on.

In the latest update for Flashing Lights, the police department in the game now has some new weapons and updated missions to work their way through. Developer Nils Jakrins dropped a content update for the game that adds in a new handgun and shotgun to the police force. There are also new building interiors to explore in the game's open world.

Flashing Lights is a title where you can play as either the police, the fire department, or an emergency medical responder (ambulance). It's largely a simulator that can be played solo or online with up to ten people in a single server.

Flashing Lights is available right now on Steam. It's normally $14.99 (USD) but from now until April 19 you can pick it up for just $11.24, or 25% off. It's important to note that the game is in Early Access at present.

About Flashing Lights
Flashing Lights is a single-player and multiplayer emergency services simulator focusing on police, firefighters and emergency medical services. Enrolling with one of these departments, players will take on unique missions in an open world. Players will engage in desperate car chases, treat life-threatening injuries, and put out lethal fires. Each department has its own vehicles and equipment for players to utilise