Publisher Outright Games and developer Artax Games announced Bluey: The Video Game For PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC (steam). It will be launched on November 17.
Here’s an overview of the game via Outright Games:
Bluey: The Video Game The film is based on the worldwide Emmy and BAFTA Award-winning TV show that follows Bluey, the lovable and indefatigable Blue Heeler, who lives with her mum, dad and little sister Bingo. Like every child her age, something Bluey loves to do is play games. Bluey uses her boundless energy to play games that unfold in fun and unexpected ways, bringing her family and the entire neighborhood into her fun-filled world. Bluey showcases the joyful simplicity that can be found in families, by turning everyday moments into adventures.
Immerse yourself in a world bluish In this interactive sandbox adventure where players navigate iconic and faithfully recreated locations including Bluey’s home – which can be fully explored for the first time. Engage in story-driven episodic gameplay with activities inspired by fan-favorite moments from the show plus an all-new four-part story created in partnership with Artax Games, BBC Studios and the show’s producers at Ludo Studio.
Up to four players can play as Bluey and her sister Bingo, Mum and Dad. Embrace your inner Bluey through mini-games featured in the show like “Keepy Uppy” and “Magic Xylophone,” and complete activities to earn in-game rewards including new costumes, stickers, playable episodes and locations.
The game features voices from the show’s English-speaking cast, including Dad, the Bandit (David McCormack) and Mum, Chilli (Melanie Zanetti). Many tokens that top the chart bluish Composer Geoff Bush’s scores will be featured in the game’s soundtrack alongside all new music created by the development team.
Bluey: The Video Game It was designed with flexibility in mind, allowing fans to interact with and explore the game at their own pace while being able to move between story missions, activities and exploration at any time. Variable difficulty features are included that make the game accessible and fun for both preschool and older fans including on/off UI toggle, simple on-screen written instructions, and full voiceover commentary. Players will be able to use physics-based mechanics to manipulate objects and interact with the world around them, add additional challenges to mini-games, and support free play in sandbox mode.
Since its launch in Australia in 2018, bluish It has enjoyed a wealth of critical success at home and abroad, most recently winning the 2022 BAFTA Children’s and Young People’s Award in the International category and taking home its fourth consecutive AACTA Award for Best Children’s Program to add to its International Emmy Award and numerous awards for craft and production. around the world.
Watch the trailer for the ad below. See the first screenshots in the gallery.