Family Man Getting New Game Plus and Hardcore Mode

Published: June 1, 2020 4:35 PM /


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Family Man, developed by Broken Bear Games and published by No More Robots, just released a few weeks ago. The dark, story-led RPG puts you in the shoes of Joe, a simple man who mingled with the wrong people, and now the mob is out to get him. You owe them a huge amount of money, and as a family man, you don't have enough to pay them back. You have two options, either you earn it the hard old-fashioned way by running errands around town, or you take a shortcut and gather the sum no matter the consequences. Family Man's upcoming update raises the scales and everything on the line.

The studio's latest blog post thanked the fans for over a hundred reviews so far, with a mostly positive rating. Family Man is set to receive a new game+ mode to their title, allowing players to replay the experience but with a much harder difficulty and more content to go through. Considering the multiple endings and how much choice affects you and your neighborhood, the new content just might be enough to spice things up and keep it fresh.

Since we mentioned difficulty, Family Man will feature a hardcore mode once the update drops for all those who think they can owe money to the mafia and get away with it. Developer Broken Bear Games promises to keep you on edge, as Joe's bills go up, the police's presence spreads to everywhere he goes, and his family are as needy as ever. Towards the end, the developer promised more content and features are coming to the title during the next period to keep everyone engaged.

Are you going to go back and give Family Man another run? Do you think you have what it takes to go toe-to-toe with the Mob on Hardcore mode? I personally wouldn't mess with these guys. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section down below.

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