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Get topped up as Gas Station Simulator releases on console


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Always wanted to run your very own gas station? You’ll get to do just that in Gas Station Simulator on console.

After proving to be a bit of a hit with PC players via Steam, Gas Station Simulator comes to Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, as well as PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch to deliver a game that is totally focused on one thing – running a successful gas station. 

Available today on console as well as PC, Gas Station Simulator from DRAGO Entertainment and MD Games is a single player affair in which you’ll be tasked with running a gas station, one that is found slapbang in the middle of the desert, in need of some serious repair. 

By renovating what you have to hand, you’ll be able to get this place up and running in no time, feeding the motorists who run the desolate highway you call home. But general tidying up and clearing out won’t be enough for a prime gas station like yours and you’ll need to consider building it out, throwing in a workshop, store and warehouse too. You know gas stations aren’t just about the refueling, yeah?

Going it alone or employing others will be your call in Gas Station Simulator, as will keeping track of the supplies you need in order to keep those darn motorists on the road. Throw in a host of customisation and decorations, multiple micro-managements from the smallest of details and the varying needs of your customers, and you’ll have a gas station up and running like the best of them. 

The key features include:

  • Renovate, run, and expand a gas station in the desert – buy an abandoned gas station in the middle of nowhere and restore it to its former glory. Get rid of debris and broken furniture, fix the walls, paint, and decorate the place to your liking. Just don’t spend all your cash on the appearance right away – you bought a gas station, after all. Repair the equipment, buy what can’t be repaired, and start serving your customers to earn money for further renovations and improvements.
  • Build new services like a workshop, store and warehouse – you don’t need to remain small. You can expand your gas station to be able to serve more customers. Also, a gas station is not just about selling fuel. You can expand the array of services you offer and thus attract more and more varied customers. You have various expansion options at your disposal, from smaller ones like providing toilets and a simple store to complement your income to big ones like an entire workshop to perform car repairs. There are quite a few choices, and most of the expansions can be further expanded as well. There’s so much you can do here!
  • Try to handle everything on your own or hire employees to help out – while you can try, in most cases, running an expanded, upgraded gas station offering lots of different services to your customers might be too much to handle for you alone. This is where employees come into play. You can hire multiple employees to help you with the various tasks at the gas station. Employees have their own skills, and some are better at certain tasks than others. Employees also level based on the tasks they perform and become better at them with time.
  • Don’t forget about the supplies – you can’t sell what you don’t have. Keeping track of your stock is important, and ordering at the right time for the right price helps keep profits up. To take even better advantage of low-price opportunities, you can build a warehouse and expand it to allow for greater storage. Keeping a close eye on your stock is crucial, as deliveries take time, and you really don’t want to run out of goods to sell – not to mention fuel.
  • Lots of customization and decoration options – restoring your gas station is one thing but giving it a personal touch is another. The game offers a wide array of options to customize what you’ve already built and lots of decorations to further enhance the uniqueness of the place. Some decorations can be bought, while others have to be acquired during gameplay. It’s not just about making the gas station look nice. The more impressive your gas station looks, the more customers you’ll attract.
  • Lots of different customers with varying needs and expectations – serving your customers is key to successfully running your gas station. Everyone expects to have their gas tank filled and their shopping done immediately. They aren’t even very patient when waiting for vehicle repairs. You will deal with some serious time pressure at peak hours and have to schedule various tasks for when it’s less hectic. Proper time management and choosing the right priorities will become very important in keeping your customers happy.
  • Lots of management options for you to dive into – the game allows you to dive deep into management features and micromanage almost everything. However, if micromanaging isn’t your cup of tea, you won’t be forced to deal with the depths of it. Just remember that micromanaging some aspects like supplies or employees can be very rewarding in terms of finances and fun.

There’s something slightly intriguing about Gas Station Simulator as it comes to Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch. If you’ve played it previously on PC then you’ll know what to expect, but we’d guess you’re coming in green to this one, much like us. 

We’ll be dropping a review as soon as we can, but for now you can find the download of Gas Station Simulator that you need from your usual stores. The Xbox Store covers the needs of Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. But for how much? Well, just £14.99.

Game Description:

Gas Station Simulator is all about renovating, expanding and running a gas station along a highway in the middle of a desert. Freedom of choice and multiple approaches to run your business and deal with pressure are key ingredients in this game. Buy an abandoned gas station in the middle of nowhere and restore it to its former glory. Get rid of debris and broken furniture, fix up the walls, paint and decorate the place to your liking. Just don’t spend all your cash on the looks right away, you bought a gas station after all. Repair the equipment, buy what can’t be repaired and start serving your customers to earn money for further renovations and improvements.

Neil Watton
Neil Wattonhttps://www.thexboxhub.com/
An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360's life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S - mostly with the brilliant indie scene that has come to the fore. Gamertag is neil363, feel free to add me to your list.
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