Modern Law
Modern Law places you behind the scenes of law enforcement as a local police officer in the city of Dallas, Texas. Customize your appearance and crack down on local crime emerging from within the city. Engage in a realistic, yet action-packed experience ranging from shootouts to vehicle accidents.

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Check out some in-game footage of some patrol units.

ALPR

Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) scanning systems are one of the newest technologies we're adding into Modern Law. The system consists of cameras mounted on a police cruiser, feeding data to the officer's computer. The in-game database can be set with flags for vehicles that have been identified or tagged for any reason, including:

  • Stolen Vehicles
  • Wanted for Amber Alerts
  • Expired Registration
  • Expired Insurance
  • Wanted as “Persons of Interest” for any investigation

Any time one of these alerts is triggered, the player is immediately alerted of their presence, and for what reason your car has been flagged. The system can also be matched with the owner of the vehicle via the DMV database which could possibly be either of the following:

  • Suspended Driver’s License
  • Outstanding Criminal Warrant
  • Outstanding Municipal Taxes or other Fines and Fees

Players can drag the ALPR cameras across their vehicle and determine where they'd like to set up their cameras. Although, because we're taking a realistic approach with this tool, we advise players to set cameras where they can easily identify driver's license plates.

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Vehicles

We can confirm we have 65 vehicles for Modern Law, all with their own unique name tied to a fantasy brand. Such as the Lammaro by Odie, Avient by Haunday, and the Ruffler by Bull Motors. Although we cannot confirm how many cars we'll put in-game for Modern Law's initial release, we'll gradually add new vehicles as game patches. This has been made possible with our client, which will seamlessly download game patches for additional content.

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For more images of department vehicles visit the Modern Law album via Facebook.MDT

MDT

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The Mobile Data Terminal (MDT) will serve as a frequent tool players will utilize but not limited to creating reports, searching persons and vehicles records, view active calls, and sync with the ALPR system. Players can select from 3 different computers, and rotate the frame to either the driver's or passenger's seat.

For more images of the MDT in use, check out this section of the Modern Law album.

Modern Law - Vehicle Manager

Modern Law - Vehicle Manager

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Modern Law customization goes beyond typical customization abilities. Players are also given the opportunity to customize their vehicles to suite their...

Modern Law Website Launched

Modern Law Website Launched

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Check out the Modern Law website, for everything about the Modern Law Game. From updates to our preorder goal, you'll find it all.

Sneak Peek: The Precinct

Sneak Peek: The Precinct

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It's been quite some time since we've posted an actual update when it comes to Modern Law, so check out the final looks of the game's precinct.

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Modern Law Vehicle Manager Concept

Modern Law Vehicle Manager Concept

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This demo is not the finished product and currently contains placeholder models. Modern Law customization goes beyond typical customization abilities...

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Guest
Guest

Will work on a low pc?
Intel hd 2000 ; 2GB Ram and Intel celeron g530 2.4

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Rambold
Rambold

No, the specs you run are insufficient to run the Unreal Engine itself, so I highly doubt you'll be able to run Modern-Law. But you can read more info on the Unreal Wiki Wiki.unrealengine.com

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PalmBeachGamesAdmin Creator
PalmBeachGamesAdmin

Modern Law is not yet complete and has not been tested on more than a couple of high-end computers, so it can not be stated what specifications will be required.

Your computer has very low specifications, so it is unlikely that Modern Law, or any game for that matter, will be able to run on your computer. That said, again, it can not be ruled out at this time.

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scrtagnt69
scrtagnt69

Being a RL LEO I am excited to see law enforcement sims starting to emerge.
I was wondering what will set this game apart from WingMan games P10-13 which is making the claim of being the most realistic police simulator experience.

Being new to this site maybe I am unable to see a features list if you have one will you please direct me to where I may see what ML has to offer so i can make a comparison.

Do you plan to realease this as a "AAA" game multiplatform ?

Thanks,
SA69

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TXmex
TXmex

We haven't really looked over P10-13's features. PalmBeachGames is working with global companies to achieve a wonderful gameplay. Some companies we're working with are Motus Digital for motion-captured animation, Ironbelly, an AAA development company, who'll work on most of our private tools, and more. We've switched engines to Unreal Engine for some time now, be sure to check our twitter, facebook, and google+ account as this article isn't updated due to the fact we don't have access to update it.

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Themanwithideas
Themanwithideas

Wingman games 10-13 is also UE4 you should check them out.

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Chuck38
Chuck38

Is this game still in development? Why hasn't it been released yet?

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TXmex
TXmex

Modern Law is combined with SHIELDS, currently we've worked on SHIELD's traffic system, you can find more information on the SHIELDS page Indiedb.com , though not any recent updates has been posted we'll have some soon as alpha testing is starting for SHIELDS.

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Chuck38
Chuck38

Thanks for getting back to me. Do you have an date when you plan to release it?

Earlier, I was told that Modern Law would most likely be released last September.

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TXmex
TXmex

Sorry for that inconvenience, it was actually scheduled at the end of 2015. There's no exact date due to everyone's schedule and it's a bit sketchy but we're making progress with the game. Any updates will be available on the SHIELDS page as I cannot edit this page unfortunately.

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Guest
Guest

Okay.. thanks for the info. :)

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Chuck38
Chuck38

^^ That was me.. forgot to log in. :P

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