If you get joy out of washing and cleaning with hoses, you might want to keep an eye out for PowerWash Simulator. At the Tokyo Game Show today earlier today, Square Enix announced FuturLab Limited would be bringing the game to Switch at some point in the near future. This independant studio originally teamed up with SE last May as part of a Square Enix Collective collab.
As you can see in the amusing promotional video above, your job is to clean everything in sight with lots of water as you build your own power-washing business. This leads to new tools and upgrades to make the task easier. There’s also a career mode – where you complete an assortment of “dirty jobs”, and there’s online co-op, too.
Here’s a full rundown (via Xbox.com), along with a look:
Release the Pressure with PowerWash Simulator! Wash away your worries with the soothing sounds of high-pressure water. Fire up your power washer and blast away every speck of dirt and grime you can find. Build your own power-washing business and unlock new tools, upgrades and more – all with the simple satisfaction of power-washing to a sparkling finish.
TIME TO CLEAN UP THE NEIGHBOURHOOD
Build up your business in Career Mode and complete a variety of dirty jobs across the dusty town of Muckingham. There’s no right or wrong; no time pressure or final score, just you and the tools you need to soak away your stress. Want a clean start? Chill out and replay your favourite jobs in Free Play.
POWERWASH AND CHILL
Relax, unwind, and play with friends in Online Co-Op! Lend a helping hand to your closest pal in Career Mode, or up to 6 friends can splash around in Free Play, tackling any job the host has already completed.
KEEP IT CLEAN
For those looking for a little more pressure, beat your best scores in Challenge Mode! Fight grime in different scenarios; wash against the clock in Time Challenge or test your accuracy by using as little water as possible in Water Challenge.
GOOD CLEAN FUN
Graffiti, grime, moss, and mould, no dirt is too tough for your range of washers, nozzles, cleaners, and extensions. Different dirt types have different levels of toughness, so make sure you’re getting tactical with your equipment. Feeling fancy? Then customise your look with washer skins and gloves!
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