The Good Life gameplay trailer reveals penalties of your spying


The Good Life gameplay trailer reveals penalties of your spying

The Good Life isn’t nearly folks turning into pets – it’s additionally about peering into their non-public lives.

The Good Life is a fully distinctive idea that, sadly, couldn’t get the mandatory consideration throughout its earlier crowdfunding marketing campaign. This time, creator Hidetaka ‘Swery’ Suehiro has turned to Kickstarter and is providing new gameplay movies to advertise her imaginative and prescient. The top end result needs to be a fully weird mix of Animal Crossing and Past Good & Evil the place your pictures impression the non-public lives of these you encounter.

The Good Life follows Naomi, a New York photographer fighting monetary debt. To unravel her troubles, Naomi travels to a peaceable English village to report on strange residents who flip into cats and canine as soon as the solar goes down.

On high of the animal transformations, Naomi may have a wide range of sidequests that contain spying on the native populace. One instance, as reported by Polygon, includes the spouse of an alcoholic minister. Taking footage of the minister ingesting will profit his partner – to not point out reward you with money – but additionally lowers the minister’s opinion of you. What you determine to do concerning the non-public lives of NPCs influences your standing within the city whereas advancing the over-arching story.

The completed model of The Good Life will probably be an open-world recreation supporting a full day-night cycle. It’s at present raised about half of its $633,000 Kickstarter aim, with one other 18 days to go. You possibly can again it instantly till Could four, 2018.

If funded, The Good Life will debut on PC and PlayStation four with an estimated launch in November 2019.