PowerWash Simulator Introduces Futuristic Filth Cleansing with Warhammer 40K DLC

FuturLab and Video games Workshop have introduced that final 12 months’s clean-’em’-up hit PowerWash Simulator will sort out the world of Warhammer 40,000 with an upcoming downloadable content material (DLC) launch.

In a trailer that debuted on the Warhammer Skulls 2023 livestream, FuturLab revealed its now-iconic powerwasher getting used to clear grime away from the Warhammer 40,000 emblem.

Whereas a launch date for the DLC is but to be confirmed, it’s going to see gamers go to Video games Workshop’s imaginative and prescient of the distant, darkish future portrayed within the Warhammer 40,000 (40K) sequence.

“The crew at FuturLab are completely thrilled with this collaboration,” shared Dan Chequer, lead designer of PowerWash Simulator. “The wealthy design and creativeness of the Warhammer 40,000 universe makes for an unimaginable number of cleansing jobs. Gamers are going to want a gentle hand, a watch for element and a strong washer to battle the filth of the far future!”

PowerWash Simulator. Credit score: FuturLab.

PowerWash Simulator‘s Warhammer crossover received’t be FuturLabs’ first forray into different titles. Since discovering success in 2022, the Sq. Enix-published cleansing simulator has launched DLC set in its writer’s different domains, together with Lara Croft’s manor from Tomb Raider and Remaining Fantasy 7‘s metropolis of Midgar.

Final week, FuturLab additionally revealed that paid DLC will carry SpongeBob SquarePants to PowerWash Simulator, with followers tasked with tidying up an extremely mucky model of Bikini Backside.

Whereas the SpongeBob SquarePants Particular Pack doesn’t have a launch date, it’s set to launch sooner or later this summer season and can price £6.49.

Outdoors of PowerWash Simulator, the Warhammer Skulls 2023 livestream additionally noticed Frontier Developments announce Warhammer Age Of Sigmar: Realms Of Smash, a real-time technique (RTS) recreation set in Video games Workshop’s Age Of Sigmar sequence, which swaps 40K‘s futuristic setting for a fantasy locale.

Realms Of Smash will characteristic a single-player marketing campaign following Sigmar’s Stormcast Eternals, and has been co-written by Black Library creator Gavin Thorpe.