Moving Out Update 1.2 Adds A New Character, Medals, And Dance Moves For Free
The co-op house moving party game has added new free content, including a fun new character.
Moving Out, which makes moving house far more fun than it is in real life, has received a major new update that adds free content to the game. Update 1.2 adds a new character, challenges, and dance moves to the game, which is available on Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
The new character, T. Pott, is...well, a tea pot. You can see them in the trailer below, which also showcases some of the other new features--like the incredibly difficult Platinum medals, which you'll need to be extremely good to unlock.
Other new features include additional dance moves, a "Disco Detector" that sends down a disco ball whenever all players are dancing at once, and improved visibility for your best times.
The complete list of changes is below.
Moving Out Update 1.2 notes
- General bug fixes & improvements – including a fix for achievements/trophies that would not unlock
- Added ‘Disco Detector’ – Disco ball appears when all players dance at the same time
- Added additional controller layout options
- Added Platinum Times and Medals for base game levels
- Added a new character: T. Pott
- Updated text and localisations
- Added best times visibility for all player counts on the level results screen
- Added four new dances for the movers to perform
You can try Moving Out through Xbox Game Pass, and it's definitely worth a play if you have one or more other players. Also check out GameSpot's interview with developer SMG Studio about the game and the importance of inclusivity in design.
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