Ready to take down fashion victims while looking fabulous? Then look no further as Fashion Police Squad, a non-violent first-person shooter about solving fashion crimes. Fashion Police Squad is finally heading to the PlayStation 4/5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and the Nintendo Switch on February 2nd, 2023. Fashion Police Squad was previously only available on PC, where it won multiple awards and was met with critical acclaim, including from our own reviewer who stated, “Fashion Police Squad is an incredibly silly shooter hearkening back to the original DOOM in its design, while also taking into account some more modern sensibilities.” You can check out a new trailer above, read our review here, and find more info below:
The award-winning Fashion Police Squad, a non-violent first-person shooter about solving fashion crimes, is finally coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4/5 and Xbox One/S/X on February 2nd. Lacoste? $19.99 / £15.49 / €16.79.
Having received multiple awards for its PC run last year, including IndieDB’s Indie Game of the Year, and earning a 94% user rating on Steam, Fashion Police Squad is now sashaying onto console, with tons of new tweaks to make the experience even more stylish.
The Fashion Police Squad has been mobilized, as things in Trendopolis are not gucci *at all*. Baggy pants… dull suits… sightings of socks with sandals?! Something is going down, so the FPS are grabbing their Belts of Justice and Tailormade Sewing Machines, and heading out to Vera Wang some fashion sense into these lost souls.
Fashion Police Squad is a first-person “shooter” with a twist — you don’t hurt your targets, but instead non-violently show them how to get a better fit, and come out looking gorgeous… if they’re so Calvin en-Kleined, of course.
But each fashion crime needs dealing with differently, so you’ll need to keep switching weapons, and sussing out on the spot which utility fits which crime. Will you Jimmy Choo-se to light up their dull suits with the 2DYE4 Carbine Elite, or maybe whip a belt around those saggy pants?
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