Swery’s new game, The Good Life, will be released on consoles and PCs this summer.

The Irregular Corporation, an English publisher, Deadly premonition Developer Swery and his studio White Owls bring a freestyle mystery RPG Good life For consoles and PCs this summer.

Funded through the Kickstarter campaign in 2018, the game will take on the role of New York-based photographer Naomi. This photographer looks perfect with the English countryside and everything looks perfect but a little too perfect. Not surprisingly, things get weird — after all, it’s a Swery game — and you’re sucked into a mystery that quickly transforms.

During the investigation, you’ll make ends meet by taking pictures, growing your own garden, and making friends, so it’s more like a country life simulation, not just an adventure aspect of a detective. At some point I’m riding a sheep around the town, so it’s probably safe to think that this will be one of the weirdest games next year.

There will also be a new trailer to accompany the announcement. This is what Swery himself presented: Good life Currently, we are aiming for release in the summer of 2021 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

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