‘Filthy Animals: Heist Simulator’ is Coming to Consoles This Month

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‘Merry Christmas, ya’ filthy animal!’ is one famous line that will remain forever in the hearts of Home Alone fans. However, that line has led to imagination going berserk in the case of some interesting video games. ‘Filthy Animals: Heist Simulator,’ which initially came out in March 2022, might be one of them.

After it was first released for the PC via Steam, the chaotic multiplayer party heist game known as ‘Filthy Animals: Heist Simulator’ is now on its way to consoles. Therefore, those who prefer their gaming on consoles rather than PC’s will have to pull out those gaming machines and clean the dust from them right away if they want to play the game in question on them.

‘Filthy Animaals: Heist Simulator’ is coming to PlayStation and Xbox on May 11

There’s just a week more to wait for gamers to enjoy ‘Filthy Animals: Heist Simulator’ on PlayStation and Xbox consoles. The game launches for those platforms on May 11. The information comes from Jonas Ek, who stated for TGG:

Console fans, grab your swag bag and get ready to get your heist on! Publisher Green Man Gaming Publishing and developers Pewter Games Studios and LoPoly have today confirmed that their chaotic co-op heist game “Filthy Animals: Heist Simulator” will launch on May 11 2023 for PlayStation and Xbox consoles.

Feel free to feast your eyes on the launch trailer of the game:

In ‘Filthy Animals: Heist Simulator,’ the main idea is obviously taking part in a heist. The characters all look cartoonish, so there’s no use taking the game too seriously. If the single-player mode isn’t too satisfying for you, you always have the chance to bring over your buddies and go multiplayer mode. The game accepts between 1 and 4 players simultaneously.

You can buy ‘Filthy Animals: Heist Simulator’ from Steam for 19.50 euros.

Cristian Antonescu
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