Serial Cleaner’s Nintendo Switch Launch Is to Come Sometime This Year

Curve Digital and iFun4All announce that the 2D stealth action title Serial Cleaner will be hitting Nintendo Switch later in 2017.

on October 11, 2017 3:57 PM

Curve Digital and iFun4All have brought their 2D stealth action title Serial Cleaner to Steam and to console platforms, but there was one platform they felt was missing: Nintendo Switch. We now know for certain that the game will be sweeping its way to the Nintendo console by the end of 2017.

This announcement comes from the Serial Cleaner Steam community page, in which developer iFun4All also assures that the game will continue to see support for all currently available platforms. Although it was not elaborated on, the developer did tease that further announcements would be on the way soon.

In Serial Cleaner, you take on the role of a “professional” cleaner in 1970s America. You must visit recently decorated crime scenes, removing bodies, blood stains, and any incriminating evidence before the cops show up. Of course, part of the job is about getting away without being caught, so you’ll have to be sure you leave no trace of ever being in the environment.

Serial Cleaner is currently available on PC, Mac, Linux, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One for $14.99. Unfortunately not much more detail was provided on the game’s Nintendo Switch release date besides that owners would not need to wait long.

For more information on the game, you can visit its Steam page.

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