Discover the backstory to becoming a fixer like Winston Wolfe of Pulp Fiction and what it takes to dispose of bodies, cover up blood stains, and hide murder weapons and other incriminating evidence with this new Serial Cleaner trailer from iFun4all and Curve Digital. In addition, you’ll get a glimpse at some of the game’s challenge modes, including a drunk mode where things are a blur while cleaning. The game is coming to Xbox One PlayStation 4 and PC this summer.

Serial Cleaner is a stealth action game set in the 1970s where players clean up murder scenes (some based on real life and movies) and dispose of incriminating evidence all while evading the police. The game has players explore, experiment and make swift decisions in order to avoid detection by police. Get caught and you earn a black mark on your protagonist’s career. You must also be wary of the environment as Serial Cleaner uses real-world data to modify levels accordingly with the current time of day in your whereabouts. Noise detection and “sneakability” will vary between night and day, and mean the difference between freedom and jail.

The titular Cleaner is the guy you call when you need to clean up after a messy mafia hit or a gruesome killing of another sort. He does regular jobs for the mob, but he takes on a contract from a new client to diversy his sources of income. Story mode is a 20 level long campagn taking the player through levels subtly inspired by actual serial killings from the 1970s. The players will visit a variety of locations influenced by that cult decade, like a boxing gym, a disco club, a roadside motel, a sleazy bar and the rooftops of downtown blocks. While playing players learn more about the Cleaner, meet a bunch of crazy characters, including Cleaner’s mother and are able to discover all the secrets behind the mysterious protagonist.

Players will be able to try their mettle against nail-bitingly hard modes – where they won’t be able to see the enemy’s vision cones, or where they can’t be seen by enemies at all – but for those who just want to try out a different set of rules, we also have a few interesting modes – like the option to clean as many bodies from randomized positions as possible without getting caught and another that changes the visuals as if Cleaner was completely drunk!

Serial Cleaner is coming to the Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC in Summer 2017. Find out more on the game’s Steam Page through this link.