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PowerWash Simulator Goes Back to the Future

Square Enix Collective and FuturLab in collaboration with Universal Games and Digital Platforms have announced that the Back to the Future Special Pack is coming to PowerWash Simulator later this year.

The new Back to the Future Special Pack allows players to turn back the clock and clean movie sets and props inspired by the Back to the Future film franchise. Objects from the Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment franchise include Doc Brown’s van, the Time Machine, Hill Valley Clocktower, the Holomax Theatre, and Doc’s Time Train.

In addition there are 10 brand new achievements to collect in-game with this DLC.

Back to the Future is a dream IP. This new collaboration gives us the opportunity to take our players somewhere completely unexpected… the past, future and present!

Kirsty Rigden, Co-CEO of FuturLab

FuturLab, the game’s developer, worked closely with Universal Games and Digital Platforms throughout the DLC’s development process to ensure that it remained faithful to the classic trilogy.

PowerWash Simulator Availability

The Back to the Future Special Pack will be available on Steam, Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlaySation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S later this year for $7.99 / £6.49 / €7.99. Note that this DLC requires the base game.

PowerWash Simulator is available on Windows PC through Humble Bundle and Steam for $24.99. Digital console versions are available on PS4 and PS5 from the PlayStation Store, on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S from Microsoft, and on Nintendo Switch for $24.99. The game is also available on Game Pass for PC and console. Physical editions available at popular retailers for PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch.

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PowerWash Simulator Back to the Future Special Pack Announcement | FuturLab

Publisher and Developer Information

Square Enix Collective is a London-based division of Square Enix Ltd. that was launched in 2014. The Collective’s goal is to assist indie game developers, build community awareness for hundreds of game pitches, and has helped teams raise over $1.2 million in funding via Kickstarter campaigns.

Square Enix Ltd. (@SquareEnix X (formerly Twitter), @SquareEnix Facebook, YouTube) develops, publishes and licenses entertainment as a part of the Square Enix group of companies. The group currently holds a valuable portfolio of intellectual property including the Final Fantasy franchise which has sold over 164 million units globally, Dragon Quest franchise with over 83 million units sold globally, and Tomb Raider franchise with over 85 million units sold worldwide.

FuturLab (@FuturLab X (formerly Twitter), @futurlab Facebook, YouTube) is a boutique game studio based in Brighton, United Kingdom. Since 2003 the studio has developed and published games on PC and console. The studio’s portfolio includes: Velocity 2X, Tiny Trax, Mini-Mech Mayhem, and Peaky Blinders: Mastermind. Currently the studio is working on PowerWash Simulator.

Universal Games and Digital Platforms is a part of NBCUniversal, a subsidiary of Comcast Corporation. The Games and Digital Platforms group is a business unit of Universal Products & Experiences that leverages the vast portfolio of intellectual property and characters from NBCUniversal.

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