Team 17 Roll Up to Help Moving Out

Moving Out is almost packed and ready to go, now British publisher Team 17 has confirmed it is joining SMG and DevM to deliver this roomy new title on PC and consoles.

For anybody who hasn’t heard of Moving Out then the indie game is almost ready to take players on a horrific adventure. It is about to take on moving day The idea for the silly sim popped up in 2016 and it won’t be out on PC, Xbox One, Playstation 4, or Nintendo Switch until 2020. None the less it appears to be a charming adventure that looks likely land squarely in the same arena as Overcookeds cooky chaos.

Focusing on the utter madness of moving day, Move Out tasks players to get packed up and push on to their new abode, but not without the odd problem. Transporting couches, weaving through traffic, destroying precious porcelain, and environmental catastrophe are just some of the smaller problems that anybody getting shifted might need to deal with. Coupled with a cute top-down view and a co-op play mode where you’ll trust your friends and loved ones with those most valuable possessions, this title looks to be the sort of party game that we’re itching to get on the couch for, assuming it’s not already been packed up.

The partnership seems to be a great fit for all involved, with Team 17 getting games like Overcooked 3, Worms, and lemmings out in the wild, as Team17’s CEO Debbie Bestwick states:

I am really happy to announce the latest partnership for the Team17 games label. SMG Studio are an exciting indie developer to be associated with and Moving Out is the perfect title for us. We are looking forward to working together with SMG Studio to bring their chaotic moving sim to our rapidly increasing portfolio, and we’re proud to have it available to play this week at PAX West.

While we don’t have a price yet, We’re finally looking forward to this Moving Day. You can find out more by watching the trailer above or checking out the official website now.

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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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