If Cleaning up a Crime Scene in Serial Cleaner Was Too Hard, It’s Getting Easier Later This Month

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iFun4All’s cleaning title Serial Cleaner is getting a lot easier after fans of the game apparently have been requesting an easier mode. The mode will be free and arriving at the end of the month but only for PC.

Serial Cleaner takes place in the 1970s where you take control of a specially hired cleaner who is assigned tasks to clean up murder scenes before the on-location police can investigate the scene. The game utilizes stealth along with players trying to clean up blood, dispose of corpses and remove any shred of evidence that could be left lying around and then get out undetected.

We saw the story detailed in a trailer in 2017 and a challenge mode that’s present in the game. Serial Cleanerteamed up with Curve Digital was originally to be available on PC after it left Early Access, but the developer to bring the title to Xbox One and PS4. It later released onto Nintendo Switch later in 2017.

The upcoming PC update will make Serial Cleaner easier to play by revamping the Normal mode, offering a reduced detection rate, slower running police officers, and less noise pulse on movement. For those who enjoy a challenge, the Hardcore mode still keeps the harder feeling intact. You can find a trailer below showing these examples in action.

Serial Cleaner is available on PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch, the Easier to Clean Mode update will be free and for PC exclusively. It’ll be added to the game on November 29.



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