After quite a few delays and adjustments in publishers, SWERY’s The Good Life has lastly obtained an official launch date, launching on October 15, 2021, for the PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC through Steam. Additionally, a brand new launch date announcement trailer showcases among the characters of the game in addition to Rainy Woods—the small British city in which a lot of the game is primarily based.
Players will get to discover the city as Naomi, a New York-based photographer that is investigating precisely why the place is generally known as “the happiest town in the world.” In true SWERY style, a wierd homicide could have gamers attending to the underside of the city’s mysteries by means of interacting with a solid of zany characters. Aside from the primary story, gamers may also take photographs, farm crops, save up cash and renovate their home, and unlock new garments and equipment. Naomi will even have the ability to remodel right into a cat or canine and get entry to much more actions.
The Good Life is a collaborative challenge between Hidetaka ‘SWERY’ Suehiro’s game studio White Owls Inc. and Yukio Futatsugi’s Grounding Inc. SWERY is most recognized for his closely Twin Peaks-inspired cult-classic homicide thriller journey collection Deadly Premonition, in addition to D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die. Yukio Futatsugi is additionally the creator of Panzer Dragoon, which obtained a much-needed remaster for the PS4 last year.
The Good Life has had a good bit of hassle since its preliminary announcement again in 2017, from a failed crowdfunding project on Fig to several delays over the course of its four-year improvement interval. The excellent news is that Playism, a well known and revered indie publishing firm primarily based in Japan, is now dealing with the challenge. Playism has beforehand printed different hit indie titles equivalent to Idol Manager, DEEEER Simulator, and Gnosia, to call a number of.
The Good Life launch date falls on October 15, 2021, launching for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC through Steam.