Landlord’s Super Launches 30 April on Steam Early Access

MinskWorks and Yogscast Games today announced Landlord’s Super will launch 30 April on Steam Early Access. Your quintessential construction simulator is here. Take a dodgy loan, restore a property, move in the locals, attend to their grievances, then celebrate with a pint in this fully-simulated, open-world 1980’s Britain.

See the Landlord’s Super Early Access trailer here.

Landlord’s Super is a first-person construction simulation set in Britain’s murky midlands during the polarizing years of the 1980s. With the mines closed and unemployment sky-high, it’s down to players to build their way out of poverty with hammer and spanner in hand.

Mix cement, assemble scaffolding, order supplies and rebuild a community’s hope brick-by-brick. Take odd jobs and explore abandoned homes or spend the day at the pub alongside a cast of local personalities and dodgy characters. Plan your actions in a living world around the time of day, major events, seasonal weather and your own wellbeing. Some days it’s better to drink the day away than climb a scaffold in the rain.

Landlord’s Super is about a Britain that’s dear to me,” says MinskWorks’ founder Greg Pryjmachuk. “It’s a Britain that’s not just tweed and jokes about being posh; it’s a Britain that’s more diverse and more working class. I hope players enjoy this early visit West Berklands and I hope you’ll stick with us as the game grows over the coming months.”

Landlord’s Super launches for Steam Early Access on 30 April 2020 for £15.49 ($19.99, €16.79) offering an early look at the in-development game. Landlord’s Super already features a dynamic open world, construction and crafting gameplay, job center, rag-and-bone man, seasons and dynamic weather, boozing and bodily functions, and The Anchor pub. Bugs, features and optimization continue to be worked on.

Jim Smale

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