Clean up the afterlife in tinyBuild’s & Lazy Bear Games’ ghoulish sim this Halloween

Graveyard Keeper

Graveyard Keeper, the darkly comedic medieval management game from publisher tinyBuild and developer Lazy Bear Games is breaking ground again. Releasing on October 27th (just in time for Halloween), the game’s third story DLC—Better Save Soul—launches on Steam & GOG, bringing a fresh set of challenges to the game.

Adding another 6-12 hours of story-driven misadventure to Graveyard KeeperBetter Save Soul introduces players to Euric, another potential ally with an assortment of fresh (well, as fresh as a graveyard gets) problems to exhume, this time centered around the sinful souls of the deceased and how you might improve them before putting them six feet under.

With Euric’s help and guidance, hard-working Keepers will be able to absolve the sins of the town’s deceased and in turn lift Euric’s own spiritual burdens. It’s not all hard work as an impromptu cleric, though; squeaky clean souls make for a happier, more profitable graveyard, after all.

Players that dig deep enough to absolve Euric of his sins will be rewarded with a powerful new technology, giving global control over all your Zombie Workstations. I guess these are the ‘wages of sin’ the clergy keep talking about? It’ll certainly help in managing the new plot of land you’ll be expanding into, as your grisly business grows ever outwards… and downwards.

Better Save Soul launches on Steam & GOG for PC on October 27th, and will cost $9.99/€7.99/£6.99. Keep up with other tinyBuild releases (spooky or otherwise) on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.

About Lazy Bear Games:

Lazy Bear Games is a small indie game studio based in Saint-Petersburg, Russia, known by their smash hits Punch Club, Graveyard Keeper and Swag and Sorcery.

About tinyBuild:

tinyBuild is a Seattle-based indie label  that has launched over 40 titles since being founded in 2013, including Hello Neighbor franchise, Graveyard Keeper, Speedrunners and Party Hard. tinyBuild currently has 23 more projects in development, and seven wholly-owned development studios.  In March 2021, tinyBuild went public on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM market, with a valuation of $474 million.