Prolific indie publisher Tinybuild has announced a release date, and update, for Totally Reliable Delivery Service: April 1 on Steam PC, as the one-year exclusivity with Epic Games Store comes to an end.

We’re hoping it’s not a joke, though the physics-based co-op game is certainly funny. Launching one year ago on consoles, mobile, and the Epic Games Store, Totally Reliable Deliver Service tasks up to four players with delivering packages, using the wacky ragdoll physics of individually flailing arms and body.

Drivers will need to take care of their fragile packages while using trucks, planes, and boats to deliver their parcels in a timely manner.

The Steam release brings a new update with improved graphics, revamped UI, new NPCs and animations, and a new competitive arena mode for driver vs driver mayhem. The game supports up to four players in local and online multiplayer.

Since releasing last year, the comedic co-op game has achieves over 14 million downloads across platforms, including nearly one million hours watched by over 15,000 streamers and content creators.

Totally Reliable Delivery Service will launch on Steam on April 1. It’s also available on Epic Games Store as well as PlayStation 4, Switch, Xbox One, and iOS and Android mobile devices. It’s rated E for Everyone.

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