iFun4all’s Serial Cleaner is getting a free update this week that makes the game a little easier to play.
iFun4All and publisher, Curve Digital, have confirmed that a much-requested difficulty tweak will be added to Serial Cleaner on PC on November 29, 2018.
Once updated, the game’s Normal mode will feature a reduced detection rate, a slower run speed for police, and a reduced movement noise pulse.
Simon Byron, publishing director at Curve Digital, said in a press release announcing the update:
“Serial Cleaner has been much loved since its release. The update is due to community demands and we’re always looking at novel ways to bring new players in to the shoes of The Cleaner.”
Jacek Głowacki, company development manager at iFun4all, added
“It was an incredible pleasure working over Serial Cleaner. The game has been wonderfully received around the world and we’re pleased to be cooperating with one the most renowned publishers to bring new version of Serial Cleaner to new players.”
The game’s notoriously tricky gameplay can be now be found in Hardcore Mode.
Serial Cleaner is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Mac, and PC. At the time of writing there’s no word on whether the update will be added to the other versions of the game.
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