Believe it or not, there is a new bee simulator that is currently under development. Developed by VARSAV Game Studios, the team has listened to players’ feedback and decided to slightly move its release date in time to expand the game, and add more features to meet gamer’s expectations for the title.
Bee Simulator’s announcement trailer has over 200,000 views, over 2 million views collectively, including over 1 million on UNILAD Gaming, and more than 10,000 comments and 6,000 shares.
The game was originally meant to come to the PC in Fall 2018 but is now scheduled for a Spring 2019 release.
Lukasz Rosinski, VARSAV Game Studios Creative Director, said:
“Many positive reactions lead us to believe that we were correct in choosing a honey bee to be the main protagonist in our first game. Bees and their huge role in our ecosystem, habits prevailing in the beehive and the problems harassing them were a very strong base for the creation of Bee Simulator. At the same time, we were forced to live up to the expectations of a larger than expected group of users – mainstream gamers. We received lots of comments detailing the functions they would like to see in our game. To meet those expectations, we decided to change our schedule and push back Bee Simulator’s launch by a few months. We would like to thank you for each idea that we’ve received and we’d like to recommend that you watch our social media platforms, where we’ll present the result of our collaboration with the players.”
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