$7,500 Edition of OmniBus Includes a Real Bus
OmniBus scheduled to release on May 26.
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Devolver Digital has announced a very special edition of its upcoming "bus physics" game, OmniBus. The one-of-a-kind Omnibus Ultimate Edition will cost $7,500 and include the game, an original soundtrack, and a real life MCI bus that "may or may not have been used to motion capture lifelike bus movement for the game." The bus itself must be picked up by the purchaser from its storage location in North America.
The publisher also confirmed the game's release date, which is May 26 for PC, Mac, and Linux.
Players who are interested in picking up a copy of the game sans bus can pre-order OmniBus: Game of the Year Edition (which includes the soundtrack) or OmniBus: Bus Driver Edition with a ten percent discount and download the OmniBus Free Edition from the official website. The game comes from a Kickstarter campaign which launched in August 2015. The project smashed through its $5,000 goal to finish at $8,000 of crowdfunding.
OmniBus is a game in which players take control of an out-of-control bus that cannot be stopped or slowed down. There's a mission mode where players can attempty to complete various objectives, and another mode where players can try to pull off tricks and earn high scores. There's also a multiplayer mode for up to four players, who can compete for the highest score while pulling off tricks and flips, as well as a deathmatch mode.
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