It appears that the first gameplay trailer for the new Postal game, POSTAL 4: No Regerts, has surfaced online. This trailer comes straight from Running with Scissors as the company forgot to mark the video as “private video”. As such, we can watch the trailer prior to the game’s official reveal (which will happen in two hours from now).
POSTAL 4: No Regerts is a satirical and outrageous comedic open world first person shooter. It is the long-awaited true sequel to what’s been fondly dubbed as “The Worst Game Ever”, POSTAL 2.
In POSTAL 4, you will once again assume the role of the Postal dude. Here is a summary of the game’s story according to the trailer description.
“Several years have passed since the events that devastated the once proud town remembered as Paradise. The only two to walk away from the cataclysm unscathed, the hapless everyman known as the Postal Dude and his loyal companion Champ, drive aimlessly through the scorching deserts of Arizona looking for a new place to call home. After a fortuitous gas station rest stop ends with their car, trailer home, and the rest of their worldly possessions stolen, all the Dude’s seemingly got left to his name is his canine cohort and his bathrobe, and neither of them smells all that great. However, on the horizon, the duo glimpses an unfamiliar and dazzling town that beckons to them. What untold prospects lie within? Fame? Fortune? Maybe a bidet or two? Edensin awaits.”
POSTAL 4: No Regerts will most likely hit Steam Early Access in two hours, so we’ll be sure to update the story once it happens. Until then, enjoy the following trailer!
The game is now available on Steam Early Access
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