Nobody - The Turnaround

How to Get an Apartment in Nobody – The Turnaround

How to Get an Apartment in Nobody - The Turnaround

Nobody – The Turnaround is a life simulator game that reflects modern society. The recently released game aims to represent the true working and living situations of man, and how one can get rid of their troubles through hard work. There are a lot of things to keep track of in the game, just like in real life. In this guide, we will take you through the process of where to get an apartment in Nobody – The Turnaround.

Where to Find an Apartment in Nobody – The Turnaround

You will need a place to stay in Nobody – The Turnaround with the help of the housing system in the game. It is important to find a decent place to keep your vitals healthy. Sleeping on the streets is an option, but it will take a toll on your mood. 

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To find an apartment, you will need to check out the options that you have in the game. Like in real life, you have the option to buy or rent your apartment. In this game, you have two options for renting, which are daily and monthly payments.

Once you have some money saved up, and maybe a proper job, you should consider getting an apartment. You can do this at Honest Realty on West Rd in Downtown. You will also need some extra funding for things like utilities. 

There are a lot of houses that you can rent or buy in the game, but at first you will want to go for the cheapest apartment. This is the Lousy Apartment, which costs 600 yen a month. Additionally, you will need to pay 5 yen per day for utilities. This makes it around 45 yen a day. 

While you can still get a cheap hotel room for a lesser nightly rate, the benefits are higher in an apartment room. You will be able to save money on rent from the second month, as it drops down to 25 yen per day. Also, you will have storage space, and can use the utilities any time you want.

Jayita Talukder
I’m currently doing a Master’s Degree in English, have been writing on and off for years. Part-time gamer and full-time reader of obscure literature. If I’m not at my desk, I’ve probably spotted a cat outside.

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