Adios, A First-Person Game About A Pig Farmer, Comes To Switch Soon
Publisher Mischief unveils its “first-person cinematic game” Adios on Switch March 17 for $17.99.
Originally released on Steam on March 16, 2021, the game puts you in the role of a pig farmer who doesn’t really want a bunch of gangsters to use their pigs to dispose of bodies. Yeah, neither would we, to be honest.
Although your first thought might have been a tender, uplifting story about a pig in baby veins, the thought of pigs eating corpses is most likely suggestive snatch or Hannibaland it looks like Adios will play on these terrible influences, unlike James Cromwell with wellington boots and mutton chops.
Check out the trailer above, and here’s the full rundown of the official promotional video:
Adios is a first-person cinematic game where you have to stick to a difficult decision.
You are a pig farmer in Kansas. October. Cold, breezy mornings are the norm, and you’ve decided you can’t let the mafia use your pigs to dispose of bodies any longer. When your old friend the hitman arrives with his assistant to deliver another body, you finally muster up the courage to tell them you’re done.
Your friend doesn’t want you to stop. He knows not to quit, so he will try to convince you that you are making a mistake. You spend the day together doing chores and exploring the nooks and crannies of an authentic American Midwest environment with a man who will be forced to kill you if he can’t convince you to stay.
How you answer will determine your whole future life.
Adios means goodbye.
Sounds like an interesting premise to us! A year later the game Exceptionally positive reviews on Steam, so it’s probably worth keeping an eye on.
Will you pick this one up? Let us know!