Postal 4: No Regerts Adds New Day

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Postal 4: No Regerts Adds New Day

August 19, 2020

By: Joseph Allen

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Over-the-top open-world shooter Postal 4: No Regerts is getting an update in the form of a new day. Tuesday adds new areas, new weapons, and new open-world activity opportunities for the iconic Postal Dude to engage with. It'll be available later today via Steam Early Access and GOG.

What's new in Postal 4's Tuesday update?

Postal 4's major new additions include new areas in the form of the Border Land and the Ghost Town. The former is full of dangerous drug labs and Mexican cartels which the Postal Dude must deal with, including the vicious Los Oscuros gang led by Cartel Padrino El Plago. As you might expect, the Ghost Town is a ramshackle shanty town which has seen better days. In both areas, you'll find plenty more objects and people with which to wreak havoc. Check out the Postal 4 Tuesday trailer right here:

In addition to these new areas, Postal 4's Tuesday update also grants the ability to play as the Cat Dude, a drug-induced hallucinatory character capable of reaching areas the Postal Dude cannot. As the Cat Dude, you can climb pipes and fences and - yes - urinate on your enemies. There's also new equipment in the form of the Spray Paint Can, with which you can leave your mark on the town of Edensin, and the Handheld Ticketer, which lets you slap cars with parking tickets. Postal 4: No Regerts' Tuesday update also brings a new fast-travel system that will let you get around Edensin quicker and dispense your own particular brand of carnage wherever you see fit.

Postal 4's Tuesday update launches at 1pm ET today for the Steam and GOG versions of the game. Naturally, it'll be a free download if you already own Postal 4.

 
 

Will you be checking out the Postal 4 Tuesday update? Let us know in the comments below! 

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