no time to relax xbox

Are you ready to compete in the ultimate game of life? With the launch of No Time to Relax on Xbox, you’ll be given just that chance. 

No Time to Relax comes about via the Porcelain Fortress team – an Icelandic bunch who look to create simple and fun games. After having released on Steam and Switch in previous years – picking up some seriously great reviews in the process – it’s now time for that team to drop their manic multiplayer life sim to the Xbox world. 

It’s priced at £11.74 and for that cash payment you’ll find yourself thrust into an online and local multiplayer race; one in which you compete against others in what can only be described as the ultimate game of life. 

Your goal is to make your way up the corporate ladder, learning what is required to succeed in the game, all while attempting to keep your sanity in the process. The thing is, as we all know, combining work, play and study is a tricky proposition and the strains and stress of it all may see you overcome. It’s like there, well, no real time to ever relax. 

There’s something fun, yet weird, about No Time to Relax, but we certainly feel like there’s a place on the Xbox Store for this game, especially when you take a quick glance at the Steam reviews and begin to realise what it’s all about. 

We’re looking to get hands-on and will be able to confirm whether this translates to Xbox well when we drop our full review. But in the meantime, if you fancy picking this one up, head to the Xbox Store. It’s playable on both Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. 

Just remember, there is No Time to Relax. 

Game Description:

You now have the ability to beat your more successful friends with this fake life simulator. To win the game, you have to work your way up the corporate ladder, educate yourself and keep your sanity. This might seem easy, but working and studying your ass off will strain even the most iron-willed of your friends. It almost seems like there is no time to relax!

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