1970’s Murder Clean-up Game Serial Cleaner Launches This July on PS4, Xbox One, and PC

PS4, Xbox One, PC, Mac, and Linux Game Serial Cleaner will task players with cleaning up 1970's murder scenes this July.

on June 27, 2017 11:21 AM

Today, developer iFun4all and publisher Curve Digital announced that their story-driven, fast-paced stealth action-game, Serial Cleaner, is leaving Steam Early Access this summer and launching not only on PC (Mac and Linux as well), but on Xbox One and PS4.

More specifically, the pair announced the game will hit PS4 on July 11th and Xbox One and PC (Mac and Linux)  on July 14th, priced at $14.99 USD. Additionally, Curve digital is offering up a pre-order bonus in the form of a free copy of The Swindle if you pre-order on Xbox One. Meanwhile, later this week, PlayStation Plus subscribers can pre-order the game in Europe and receive a 20% discount, while North American gamers will obtain the same offer, but at launch.

Serial Cleaner is described as Hotline Miami meets Pulp Fiction. Set in the 1970’s, players will sneak around blood crime scenes and cover up for the bad guys by disposing of bodies, covering up bloodstains, and hiding murder weapons all while trying to avoid the police. If you get caught, you earn a black mark on your protagonist’s career.

The game takes place across a Story mode, which features a 20-level campaign. In it, you will discover the Cleaner’s backstory, as well meet a crazy cast of characters. There is also Challenge Mode, which lets players compete in a variety of modes such as Drunk Mode and mode where you can’t seen enemy’s vision cones.

According to iFun4all, players must always be wary of their environment as the game uses real-world data to modify levels accordingly with the current time of day in a player’s whereabouts. Things like noise detection and “sneakability” will vary between night and day, and thus all of this can have a big impact on your playstyle.

If you can’t wait all the way until mid-July to play, you can currently pick up the game in Steam Early Access for $9.99 USD.

The following live action trailer showcasing the Cleaner’s talents accompanied the announcement:

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