PowerWash Simulator heads to Bikini Bottom with a SpongeBob SquarePants pack this summer

PowerWash Simulator SpongeBob SquarePants Special Pack

Who cleans up the pineapple under the sea?

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PowerWash Simulator is heading to an interesting place to be power washing: an underwater locale. A SpongeBob SquarePants Special Pack will arrive this summer for PowerWash Simulator, bringing the serene cleaning simulation to Bikini Bottom.

The pack was created in collaboration with Nickelodeon, and will include a character model makeover to make the player fit in a bit more with the ocean-floor setting. No exact date has been set yet, but PowerWash Simulator‘s SpongeBob pack will arrive sometime this summer for $7.99.

Six new maps will arrive as part of the pack. They’ll spotlight Conch Street, the Bikini Bottom Bus, the Krusty Krab, the Mermalair, and more. There will also be ten achievements to hunt, and it seems like there’s some story behind all the muck that’s appeared in Bikini Bottom.

If nautical clean-up be something you wish

Developer FuturLab says we’ll hear more about a release date sometime in the coming weeks, so we’ll hopefully know soon when the cleaning crew can head underwater. Still, washing-underwater situation aside, this is a pretty interesting crossover.

Honestly, PowerWash Simulator has really been landing some wild crossovers. It wasn’t that long ago that the Final Fantasy VII Remake pack went live. Now, we’re going from Midgar to Bikini Bottom. And I’ve heard fairly good things about the crossovers thus far, too.

PowerWash Simulator really became a surprise hit, finding a chill vibe in a slow, methodical simulator. It’s nice to see the team continue adding wild new reasons to keep going back to it.

The SpongeBob SquarePants Special Pack for PowerWash Simulator will arrive for PlayStation, Xbox, PC, and Switch sometime this summer.

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