Bluey Is Finally Getting A Video Game (For Real Life)
The hit animated show is becoming a four-player co-op game starring the whole Heeler family.
Bluey, the hit kids show that we love, is getting a video game. Aptly called Bluey: The Videogame, the game tells a new original story that captures some of the show's iconic moments in four-player co-op. It's coming to Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S on November 17.
According to the announcement, Bluey: The Videogame is a sandbox adventure that lets you explore familiar locales like Bluey's home, and take part in activities from the show. You can play as all four members of the Heeler family (Dad, Mum, Bluey, and Bingo) and play minigames like Keepy Uppy and Magix Xylophone to earn costumes, open new locations, and unlock playable episodes.
The game tells a story created in partnership with show producer Ludo Studio, and features the show's English-speaking voice cast and soundtrack from Joff Bush, along with new tracks from the development studio. The announcement notes that it also includes variable difficulty features like an on/off toggle for the UI and voiceover instructions to make it approachable for families with preschoolers.
A debut trailer shows the art style looking very much like an animated episode of the show, albeit with polygonal elements like backgrounds and a Chattermax doll. This is coming from Outright Games, a family-friendly publisher behind games like Justice League: Cosmic Chaos and Peppa Pig: World Adventures.
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