Square Enix and FuturLab has announced that PowerWash Simulator is set to be released for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on January 30.
This announcement came via a PlayStation blog post that collected some indie games coming to the consoles, that has since been taken down for an unknown reason. We guess it had been posted early by mistake.
Square Enix had announced in September 2022 that PowerWash Simulator would be coming soon to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation consoles, but did not provide details on the release window.
Now Sony has confirmed that players will be able to play the simulator later this month. Yet, developer FuturLab has not shared any further details about this PlayStation version. It’s also unclear if the release date for Switch will be the same.
PowerWash Simulator lets players build their own cleaning business, in which they can sweep away every speck of dirt while listening to the satisfying sound of high-pressure water.
Gamers will start their business in the career mode and complete a series of challenges in the town of Muckingham to earn abundant rewards, all of which can be used to unlock new tools and upgrades.
Additionally, gamers can relax and tackle different jobs with their friends in the online cooperative mode.
We explained in our review of PowerWash Simulator that “Relaxing, fun, and with the bit of craziness that should never be missing, PowerWash Simulator is one of those surprise video games you never expected to love.
The only risk is getting so hooked on it that you order a real professional power washer from Amazon, but that’s over 150 Euros to spend, anything but Legendary Edition.”