Serial Cleaners Cleans Up at MIX

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A new trailer for developer Draw Distance’s Serial Cleaners gives players a glance at the unique playstyles of Bob C. Leaner, Lati, Vip3r and Psycho in this follow-up title to the studio’s Serial Cleaner. All four characters know how to clean up a crime scene, but their skills provide an edge when outsmarting New York’s finest (and not so finest), all to be home in time for Columbo.

From the developer:

Take on the role of an eccentric mob cleaner in 1990s New York through top-down stealth-action requiring both wits and reflexes. With cops in hot pursuit, guards patrolling the area, and inmates scuppering the cleaners’ plans, this sequel to the hit indie gem Serial Cleaner promises an enthralling cerebral caper.

Move without making a sound. Clean without emotion. Disappear without a trace.

The above gameplay trailer was released during the MIX 10th Anniversary Showcase. Serial Cleaners launches later in 2022.

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