If you're thinking "this is just a boring cleaning simulator", stop right there. Despite its simple objective, this is the single most addicing and interesting game I've encountered in quite some time.
-Every map is vibrant and surprisingly immersive.
-For myself and my friends, multiplayer was easy to set up, just be careful; it may destroy your friendship when your friends knock over dirty buckets, track footprints from said dirty bucket's water and paint the walls with soot using the laser gun.
-This is sort of a pro/con, but in the multiplayer, the biohazard bins would go absolutely bonkers for my friends when stuff was put in them, but I (as the host) saw the buckets just standing still. It's a pro because it is hilarious to hear them freak out, but a con because it can be frustrating for them seeing everything spill out, then magically fix itself, and also hearing every item banging around all at once.
-My friends and I experienced lag no matter who was hosting. Also, we would get messages about "net actor" something, which affected our ability to see each other and buckets/bins.
-Objects would semi-often fall through the world or glitch into the floor, preventing us from getting a perfect score.
-The objectives could stand to be more cut-and-dried for specific maps.
-Standing next to a person for long enough in Multiplayer can result in you or that person being killed. I suspect there's a legitimate reason for this, but it's annoying when playing with friends.
-Occasionally, some items just refused to burn in the incinerator.
Wrap up: When you are with your friends, this game is fun and challenging when you have messy friends. In single player, the game is relaxing and great for perfectionists, completionists and anyone who just likes to get the job done. I'm confident the Cons I've mentioned will be addressed as development continues. All the same, I highly recommend the game as-is.