Sludge Life for Switch, Steam launches June 2

"Stroll through a polluted island full of cranky idiots."

Sludge Life

First-person open world graffiti game Sludge Life will launch for Switch alongside the Steam release of the PC version on June 2, publisher Devolver Digital and developers Terri Vellmann and Doseone announced.

The PC version first launched for free via the Epic Games Store on May 28, 2020, and will remain free until May 28, 2021.

Here is an overview of the game, via Devolver Digital:

About

Roam a tiny island stuck on a sludge covered planet as upcoming tagger GHOST, a breezy bandit set on staking their claim amongst the graffiti elite.

Traverse the corporately branded landscape, link up with other taggers, and steal junk and hearts along the way.

Will you become the king of the island and tag every open inch, infiltrate sludge-pumping corporation GLUG, or just take it all down in flames with you?

Key Features

  • Experience the thrills of vandalism from the safety of your computer.
  • Curiosity and free will are your only motivators – roll as you please through a tiny open world.
  • Find and download apps to your laptop and waste your life away playing a game within a game.
  • Smoke Ciggy Cigs brand cigarettes. Smoke ‘em up real good.
  • Take photos of exotic fauna and ambivalent NPCs.
  • Dedicated fart button.
  • Three distinct endings and pretty robust credits.

Watch a new trailer below.

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