Totally Reliable Delivery Service launches on Steam, new update live on all platforms

Totally Reliable Delivery Service

Publisher Tiny Build has launched Totally Reliable Delivery Service on Steam alongside the major “Totally Delivered” update today.

“With improved graphics and world density, a new Arena mode, improved controls, and an overhauled UI, Totally Reliable Delivery Service has received a massive revamp on all platforms,” Tiny Build says.

Here are some of the improvements that you can expect with the new update:

Improved Graphics

The Totally Reliable map has a new look. From environmental elements like fountains and snowy mountains to the buildings standing downtown, everything has been updated with refreshed and more dynamic visual assets. You’ll notice new character facial animations and a revamped UI too.

New Competitive Arena Mode: Hovercraft Derby

Fierce competitions are common in the delivery industry and you’re a part of that now. Start your hovercrafts on a floating platform and confront fellow drivers to push them off the edge. The platform will break piece by piece as time progresses. Needless to say, the goal is to be the last delivery man standing.

Network Improvements and Simplified Controls

“We’ve made a lot of adjustments to our networking systems to improve the player’s experience since the initial release,” Tiny Build says. “Our top priorities have always been to smooth out lag and lost data errors on the network, but we also overhauled the control scheme to make your deliveries easier and faster.”

14 Million Downloads

Totally Reliable Delivery Service launched on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and mobile on April 1, 2020. Since then it has amassed 14 million downloads.

Watch the Totally Delivered trailer below!

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