PowerWash Simulator Back to the Future
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PowerWash Simulator Back to the Future DLC Announced

PowerWash Simulator will be getting Back to the Future DLC. Developers FuturLab announced the collaboration with a teaser trailer. The new DLC pack is currently in development and has no release date.

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Here’s the first trailer showing it off.

Like previous PowerWash Simulator crossovers, the Back to the Future DLC will offer players the chance to take a pressure washer to iconic vehicles and places from the beloved movie trilogy. The teaser trailer has confirmed that the DMC DeLorean time machine from the 1985 movie will of course be featured in one of the levels, caked in residue from its time traveling. Players will also get to clean the Hill Valley clock tower, Doc Brown’s van, the Holomax Theater from Back to the Future Part II and the Time Train from Back to the Future Part III.

This DLC is the fourth crossover expansion for PowerWash Simulator. The first was Tomb Raider, where players could clean up portions of Croft Manor. Then a Final Fantasy VII pack allowed players to clean the Seventh Heaven bar and some of Shinra’s machines, such as the Air Buster. Most recently, a Spongebob Squarepants DLC pack offered players the chance to clean the Krusty Krab. The Back to the Future pack will be the first expansion based on a movie franchise.

PowerWash Simulator is out now for the PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Switch, PS4, and PS5. The Back to the Future DLC does not currently have a release date.


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