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Robots Are Replacing Humans in The Last Worker, Out Now

Publisher Wired Productions, writer/director Jörg Tittel, and pioneering independent games studio Wolf & Wood, are happy to announce that The Last Worker launches today.

The Last Worker is a captivating narrative adventure told from a first-person perspective that revolves around the challenges faced by humanity in a world dominated by automation, where robots are rapidly replacing human workers.

This game has been meticulously designed to offer players both virtual reality and traditional gaming experiences, with an exquisite art style that has been collaboratively crafted with legendary comics artist Mick McMahon (known for his work on Judge Dredd and 2000 AD). The game’s one-of-a-kind immersive gameplay mechanics are seamlessly integrated into the narrative, making it an unparalleled gaming experience.

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Words From The Creators of The Last Worker

According to Jörg Tittel, the writer and director of The Last Worker, producing the game has been a challenging yet rewarding journey that he wouldn’t trade for anything in the world. His company, Oiffy, is also responsible for producing the game. He hopes that The Last Worker will spark conversation and bring joy to gamers.

Leo Zullo, the Managing Director at Wired Productions, stated that video games are an excellent medium for escapism, entertainment, art, and storytelling. However, sometimes, a game with a powerful message emerges, and Wired Productions is not afraid to support such games. The Last Worker is one such game that has an abundance of powerful messages.

Ryan Bousfield, the Creative Director at Wolf & Wood, also shared that building the vibrant dystopia of The Last Worker has been a delightful experience. The game aims to surprise players at every turn with a satirical adventure filled with diverse gameplay, unconventional missions, narrative twists, and a foul-mouthed robot.

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Release Date and Price

Gamers have the opportunity to support capitalism by purchasing the Jüngle Pronto physical edition of The Last Worker . This edition includes a reversible sleeve, Jüngle stickers, and a double-sided poster, and can be ordered for just £19.99 / US$24.99 / €24.99 for the PlayStation 5 version and £24.99 / US$29.99 / €29.99 for the Nintendo Switch.

Amazon is among the retailers offering the physical edition, making the purchasing process more convenient. Players can take advantage of a launch discount of up to 20% when buying the game with PlayStation Plus and PC for the launch week.

The Last Worker is available on various gaming platforms, including Meta Quest 2, PSVR2, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X|S, PCVR, and PC via Steam, Epic Games Store, and GOG. Alternatively, players can use the streaming service Utomik to access the game.

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