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Swery’s new game The Good Life set for release on consoles and PC this Summer

Ben Borthwick Updated on by

English publisher The Irregular Corporation has announced that it has done a deal with Deadly Premonition developer Swery and his studio White Owls to bring freestyle mystery RPG The Good Life to consoles and PC this Summer.

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The game, which was originally funded via a Kickstarter campaign back in 2018, will see you take on the role of New York-based photographer Naomi who's sent on assignment to rural England and a town called Rainy Woods where everything seems perfect, but a little too perfect. Naturally, things go weird —it's a Swery game, after all —  and you'll soon be sucked into a shapeshifting mystery.

During your investigation, you'll also be making ends meet by taking photographs, growing your own garden and making friends, so it seems it's a little bit of a rural life sim as well as the whole detective adventure side, and given you'll be riding a sheep around town at one point, it's probably safe to assume this is going to be one of the odder games of the next year.

There's also a new trailer to go with the announcement, which you can see below presented by Swery himself. The Good Life is currently aiming for a Summer 2021 launch on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC. 


The Good Life

on PC, PlayStation 4

Release Date:

09 December 2022