POSTAL 4: No Regerts Early Access ‘Wednesday Update’ now available

New missions, areas, character customizations, and hijinks.

POSTAL 4: No Regerts

Running With Scissors has released the “Wednesday Update” for the Early Access version of POSTAL 4: No Regerts for PC via Steam and GOG, which adds new missions, areas, character customizations, and hijinks to the game.

Here is an overview of the update, via Running With Scissors:

Midway through another effed up week in the charming town of Edensin, the Postal Dude awakens in the palatial estate of the Edensin Mayor himself, Mike J. As the Master Bidet-er, Mayor Mike J sets The Postal Dude loose on a righteous crusade. Cleanse the filth of Edensin by installing bidets where they matter most, in the headquarters of the toilet-paper-obsessed Wipe Militant led by Tinklage, and let the holy water flow! Resolve a diplomatic crisis south of the border. Disposable wipes and other “environmentally safe” lies about toilet paper create an iceberg-sized blockage in Edensin’s sewage system, causing tons of American sewage to burst into Mexico. Montezuma would be proud!

As the latest protagonist in POSTAL 4: No Regerts‘ increasingly wacky sandbox, Mayor Mike J. sends The Postal Dude to the grand opening of Kunny Island Amusement Park. Krotchy, the phallic mascot of POSTAL, has a new yonic partner in Kunny. Performing at Kunny Island is former real life porn star/DJ Carter Cruise, lending her likeness and voice to her in-game character.

Hit up the newly opened Lil’s Fashion Funwear for character customization, including the Drag outfit and Classic Trenchcoat outfit from POSTAL 2. Arm The Postal Dude with the Mop, a new melee weapon capable of deflecting bullets and cleaning spills. Experience a host of new additions to POSTAL 4: No Regerts including first-person splatter on the Dude and a dynamic fluid system so blood, piss and puke can flow downhill. Explore the new Affluent/Industrial District, home to lavish mansions, luxurious lawns, and the best shopping on this side of the border.

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