Commenting on the deal, Excalibur’s Head of Marketing, Richard Barclay offered: ‘Enforcer - Justice Law Order will fill a much needed gap in the market for a good quality third person action simulator. Players will become a law abiding policeman or woman in a large open world. Partnered with the faithful depiction of small town America which is a key focus of the gameplay, the player will need to juggle crime fighting as a member of the Mountain Valley PD along with their off duty life too.” The game is expected to launch this October. Learn more at the links below.
Odin’s founder, Alexandre Kikuchi, commented: “Having focused our business on developing very successful advergames and apps for the past two years, we have taken that experience and produced a very good PC action simulation game in Enforcer: Justice Law Order. Working with Excalibur will enable us to broaden our success and deliver our game ideas to a much larger audience.”
Enforcer: Justice Law Order is a sandbox game that will simulate the life of a police officer, more like a sheriff or a state patrol. The player will have on and off duty days and will be able to pick up a woman or a man for the job and build a career.
Since we are aiming for a more detailed gameplay mixing RPG, action and adventure, the game world is set in a small Town and rural areas (roads crossing, etc), where the players also can visit other surroundings areas (there will be more than 5 maps).
Our mission is to have a game where the players can enjoy a "sandbox police experience", with all places having enough immersion to keep the player hooked into the game and discover all kind of missions and crimes that a small Town, dominated by criminals and drug lords, can offer.
Patrol a small Town as a police officer in an immersive sandbox environment and build your career. Customize your house, take your own vehicle and be part of different non-linear missions. Take your day off to explore the Town or visit relatives. But be prepared, you never know when crime happens.