Square Enix and developer FuturLab have announced a new PowerWash Simulator Back to the Future DLC pack, continuing the game's spate of pop-culture crossover content.
Previous PowerWash Simulator collaborations include Final Fantasy VII, SpongeBob SquarePants, and Tomb Raider, but now, it's time to inject 1.21 gigawatts of power into your power washer and visit Hill Valley.
The new Back to the Future DLC will give you the chance to wash iconic elements from the Back to the Future movies.
These include the iconic DeLorean time machine (for what Back to the Future DLC would be complete without it?), plus the Hill Valley clock tower, the Holomax Theater, and more.
Ten new achievements will also be added in relation to this Back to the Future DLC, so if you pick it up, you'll have new goals to work towards.
PowerWash Simulator is, as you might have guessed, a game that's all about hosing down things that are incredibly dirty to make them spotless.
The game is a cozy first-person simulation that sees you firing a power washer at all manner of things, including a fairground, a subway tunnel, and a playground.
Back in May, FuturLab and Square Enix revealed that PowerWash Simulator had managed to hit 7 million players, which presumably includes both Game Pass players and those who bought the game.
You can check out PowerWash Simulator right now on PC and consoles, including Nintendo Switch. The Back to the Future DLC pack is set for release later this year, although we don't know exactly when.
In their PowerWash Simulator review, TechRaptor's very own Gutterpunk gave the game a rather tepid 5 out of 10, criticizing its "intolerably long" playtime and poor game design, as well as its flat comedy.
If you don't want to risk a purchase off the back of that criticism, PowerWash Simulator is also available on Game Pass.