The game also features a new mode on all platforms.
Embr launched on Xbox Game Pass, giving subscribers of the service unlimited access to the chaotic firefighting game.
Embr lets up to four players become rookie firefighters and work together to fight fires and save citizens (and their property) from emergencies. Rather than being realistic and “violent”, the game is wacky and light-hearted (for example, you might have to rescue a fully clothed person but sitting on a toilet). You can learn more about Embr and watch some gameplay in our First Look.
In addition to launching on Xbox Game Pass, Embr now has a new multiplayer game mode that players can try on all platforms called Secret Hosr.
During each Secret Hosr mission, one player will become “Agent Hosr” who aims to secretly sabotage the team’s efforts. In other words, they will have to sabotage the group without anyone else knowing that they are Agent Hosr.
Once a player thinks they know who Agent Hosr is, they can use the game’s report tool to dismiss it. However, they will only be able to use the reporting tool once.
Secret Hosr mode is available for free on all platforms, but you will need to own the full game of Embr to get there.
Embr is available for $19.99 on Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Game Pass, and PC. The game is rated E10+ for Everyone 10+ by the ESRB.
Disclosure: SuperParent received a code for Embr for hedging purposes.