TinyBuild’s physics-based sandbox game Totally Reliable Delivery Service has launched today on six separate platforms, those being PC via the Epic Games Store, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, iOS and Google Play, and players on a variety of platforms will be able to play the game for free.
It was announced that Totally Reliable Delivery Service will be free on both iOS and Google Play, with cross-play enabled across both versions. On top of that, the game will be free to keep for a whole week on the Epic Game Store, and its launched as part of Xbox Game Pass. That’s a lot of ways to play the game without breaking the bank.
In a press release regarding the announcement, TinyBuild’s CEO Alex Nichiporchik stated that: “I believe in this time it’s important to provide accessible family-friendly entertainment. We’ve seen at conventions and during playtests how Totally Reliable creates this great experience for gamers across generations. Seeing parents play together with their 2 kids always makes me smile.
“At the same time, the game provides exceptional emergent gameplay opportunities for friends playing online, as evidenced by the hundreds of YouTubers who already made videos. This is why it was extremely important to bring Totally Reliable Delivery Service to as many platforms on launch as possible (six on launch day!), and Epic Games were amazing to support the idea of launching it for free to keep on launch to give it a huge audience.”
Totally Reliable Delivery Service sees players delivering packages using a variety of tools and vehicles. Of course, it’s all physics-based, so expect plenty of random shenanigans while you try to make your rounds. With support for up to four players online, it could be a great game to keep you and your friends entertained while you practice social distancing.