Bluey’s getting a four-player video game adaptation in November

Bluey, the beloved Australian cartoon, is making its way into the world of video games. Set to release on November 17th, the Bluey video game will be available on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch, and PC. Even if you’re not a five-year-old, this game is worth checking out because Bluey is seriously amazing.

The video game adaptation follows the adventures of Bluey, her sister Bingo, and their parents Chilli and Bandit. Bluey: The Videogame offers an interactive sandbox adventure that can be enjoyed by up to four players. Players will get the chance to explore fully recreations of the show’s iconic locations.

The gameplay is said to be story-driven and episodic, divided into four parts. It will feature various activities and mini-games inspired by the cartoon, including games like Keepy Uppy and Magic Xylophone. As players progress, they will be able to unlock new costumes, stickers, episodes, and locations.

Bluey: The Videogame announcement trailer.

The developers, Artax Games, have designed Bluey: The Videogame with flexibility in mind. Players can engage with the game at their own pace, jumping between story quests, activities, and exploration. The game also features variable difficulty options to ensure accessibility and fun for both preschoolers and older fans. It includes a user interface on/off toggle, simple written on-screen instructions, and full voice-over.

Bluey: The Videogame will be available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Switch, and PC via Steam when it launches on November 17th. If you haven’t watched Bluey yet, do yourself a favor and check out an episode, like “Flatpack,” which offers seven glorious minutes of television that will leave you speechless.