It’s not every day that you get to live out the life of a pig farmer. It’s even less often that you have to stand up to the mob whilst doing so. But in Adios that’s exactly the life you will find yourself living.
Adios is available to purchase and download right now on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, thrusting you into the cut-throat life of an ordinary pig farmer. Or at least that’s what you think you are, for it isn’t long before you discover that you’re really just covering up for the mob, letting them use your pigs and your farm as a way of disposing of bodies. And that’s not right.
Priced at £14.99, Adios will see you attempting to stand up to the mob, or more notably their hitman who you have become friends with – thankfully that hitman isn’t THE Hitman, Agent 47. It is this hitman however who will have to dispose of you should you not be convinced to stay and play the cover up role. It is here where Adios thrives.
A cinematic first person game that is all about trying to see out a complicated decision, your time in Adios will be focused mostly on the finer moments in life as you play out the best responses to enable you to live a happy life, saying adios to your secrets forever.
You’ll find Adios available from the Xbox Store right now, playable on both Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. The £14.99 price tag just about makes this a bit of a tempter, however if you are looking to find out more just hold tight for our full review – it’s coming in the days ahead.
Adios is a cinematic first-person game about sticking to a complicated decision. You’re a pig farmer in Kansas. It’s October. Cold, crisp mornings are the norm, and you have decided that you’re no longer okay with letting the mob use your pigs to dispose of bodies. When your old friend – a hitman – arrives with his assistant to deliver another body, you finally screw up the courage to tell them that you’re done. Your friend doesn’t want you to stop. He knows that there’s no such thing as quitting, so he’ll try to convince you that you’re making a mistake. You spend the day together, doing chores and exploring the nooks and crannies of an authentic environment in the American Midwest alongside the man who will be forced to kill you, if he can’t convince you to stay. How you respond will determine the rest of your life. Adios means goodbye.