The delivery will be attempted on April 1st, 2020. That’s a Totally Reliable guarantee!

Video Games

Totally Reliable Delivery Service launches
on PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch on April 1st.

Have you ever had a parcel delivered to you with the package all torn up? We had, in fact so often that we started thinking - how does something like that happen? Here's our take on it:

Totally Reliable Date Announcement Trailer

About the game
  Totally Reliable Delivery Service is a ragdoll physics-driven sandbox game that up to 4 players can enjoy together.

Work together (or against each other) to deliver packages to customers using a variety of vehicles and odd machines. Safe deliveries are rewarded, but mayhem is highly encouraged!
  Local and Online Multiplayer. Go it alone to ensure the safety of your deliveries, or join your friends and put your teamwork to the test. Controlled Noodly Chaos. Unpredictable ragdoll physics meets snappy platforming. Sprint, leap, dive, and grapple with ease, but collide with something and you'll be knocked out cold! A World of Distractions. Take a break from deliveries and play around! The world is chock full of toys, vehicles, and machines that can be used for work or play. Ragtag Crew. Customize your blue-collar worker and get your rear into gear, it's time to deliver! Delivery Service. 100+ Deliveries and Objectives, from delivering ramen to totally not bombs. Vehicles. 20+ Land, Air, and Sea Vehicles for you to explore this giant world. Character Customization. Thousands and thousands of combinations for customizing your character!

Totally Reliable Delivery Service on Epic Games Store

Well, that's all great, but how fun is it to play Totally Reliable? Check out some of our favorite Youtube clips below!

ItsFunneh - The best workers ever!
VanossGaming - Trying Out the New Equipment!
SpyCakes - Gameplay & Funny Moments

Totally Reliable Date Announcement Tweet

See you on April 1st!

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