Big Pharma set to release on PS4, Xbox One, and Switch later this year
Management simulation game Big Pharma will have you making medication (and profit) on consoles when it launches on them later this year.
Publisher Klabater has announced that it will launch the pharmaceuticals management game Big Pharma on consoles later this year. There’s no firm release date for the game, but it is expected to be out in the third quarter (August or September) of this year. Release platforms have ben confirmed as PS4, Xbox One, and Switch.
The original game released on PC, Mac, and Linux back in 2015, where it was published by Positech Games. It accrued a score of 72 over at Metacritic and has a Most Positive (75%) score on Steam’s user reviews.
Have a look at the console launch trailer:
In Big Pharma, you take charge of a Pharmaceutical Conglomerate, and become responsible for creating pharmaceuticals that could cure illnesses and discomforts world over. Of course, you also need to turn a profit while you’re at it, which will often be at odds with your altruistic goals.
Here’s what the game’s console version is slated to feature:
– 35 business-busting challenges spread out across 7 unique scenarios
– Custom game mode
– Freebuild mode
– Tons of new ingredients and recipes to discover
– Hi-tech machines to help you refine the next generation of world-changing drugs.
– Wide range of business models to fit your Pharmaceutical Conglomerate
Big Pharma was developed by the Bristol, UK-based developer Twice Circled, a one man-studio that has since worked on last year’s aquarium management sim Megaquarium.