The Good Life A Detective RPG Life Sim Releases October 15th

The Good Life A Detective RPG Life Sim Releases October 15th

The daily life sim RPG The Good Life gets a release date of October 15th.

The Good Life A Detective RPG Life Sim Releases October 15th

The Good Life a game by the Deadly Premonition director Hidetaka “Swery” Suehiro, sets to be a sim life game but with a detective RPG twist.  The title will be releasing this October 15th, for Xbox, Playstation, Switch and PC.

While the game follows the similar idea of life sims where planting crops or farming is popular, The Good Life follows a less typical path with jam making, cryptocurrency miner and more while solving a grisly murder. The main character Naomi will use her photojournalism skills or using more unconventional methods of gaining clues such as using a cat to help her traverse the town or a dog to help sniff out clues.

The Good Life has been a while in the making, successfully reaching its Kickstarter goal back in 2018, with the expectation of releasing in 2019. However the launch window was then pushed and finally making to its now release of October 2021.

You can check out the announcement trailer below:

Official features:

Uncover the truth about Rainy Woods – the small, boring town that Naomi refers to as “Hell on Earth”

  • Explore the vast and sprawling town of Rainy Woods

  • Take photos to repay your debt

  • Unlock and try out new recipes

  • Plant, grow, and harvest your own crops

  • Discover new clothing and other items

  • Save up money and renovate your house and garden(!)

  • Investigate a murder while riding a sheep(?!)

The Good Life releases October 15th on Xbox One, Playstation 4, Switch and PC.

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News Editor at Fextralife. Yuria is an avid PC gamer and Twitch streamer who enjoys online multi-player games and believes games should have amazing storylines not just great graphics.

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