New bee simulator game is like GTA... but with bees

New bee simulator game is like GTA... but with bees

From the original PlayStation to the PS4, Grand Theft Auto games have remained so popular because of how real they feel. The huge open-world format and seemingly endless ways you can interact with the game gives players a feeling of complete control and non-stop fun. Also, you can steal cars and hit pedestrians.

However, if you're bored of hijacking cars and hitting bankers with baseball bats, and are ready to get back into nature and out into the big wide world (without actually going outside and getting back to nature and out into the big wide world), then this game is perfect for you.

Bee Simulator (yes, that is the name of the game), is set to be released later this year on Steam, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, and allows players to control a bee and protect their hive from threats.

"Live the big adventure of a small bee! Explore a world brimming with life in which you collect pollen, defy dangerous wasps and save your hive", the game description reads on Steam.

Check out the new trailer for the game's new co-op mode. Not gonna lie, this looks amazing:

In an official press release, the game's creators said they wanted to create a game that would be fun for the whole family, where parents, friends, and children could play together:

"We have created this game for parents and children in a way that will entertain and engage the whole family. The mechanics of the game are easy for children to learn and understand. This interactive story allows players to view the world through the eyes of insects, to learn the customs of bees and the important stages of their lives."

And now Bee Simulator has announced a new co-op mode, giving players three different game modes to choose from. They are as follows:

"Single-player story mode presents you with a family of bees. Can you save the hive from the threat of human beings?

"Exploration mode allows you to freely discover a world inspired by Central Park in New York.

"Split-screen mode can be either used for cooperation or competition. It includes an additional map that makes the game even more fascinating."

I don't know about you, but

And if you prefer cats to bees, then fear not, because last month we reported on an open-world game about a gang of crime-solving cats!