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The Good Life Coming Summer 2021


Developed by White Owls Inc and published by The Irregular Corporation, SWERY’s freestyle RPG The Good Life will launch in Summer of 2021.

Kickstarted last year by more than 12,000 fans, The Good Life puts players in the shoes of New-York based photographer Naomi, who sets off for the rural English town of Rainy Woods. As she sets out to pay off her debts, she quickly learns that things there aren’t what they seem, with a number of shapeshifting residents making it their home.

Players will be able to use both detective and photography skills to learn more of Rainy Woods’ secrets. The ability to grow your own garden, make friends, catch a cold, and even ride a sheep are also included.

Learn more with the trailer below:

The Good Life | Publishing Announcement | ESRB

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

Source: Press Release
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