Party Animals: Release date, trailers, gameplay details, Xbox Game Pass & more
Party Animals is a game where players become cute animals and beat up their friends to win a variety of chaotic game modes. If that sounds like fun, keep reading.
We've got all the information you need to know about this game's release date, as well as the platforms you can play it on, trailers and gameplay information so you know what you're getting into.
So if that sounds good, take a look at everything we know about Party Animals below.
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Party Animals - Release date & platforms
An official release date has been confirmed for Party Animals - and it's today, September 20th 2023! The game is out now on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and Steam on PC.
The game is also available through Xbox Game Pass, so subscribers will be able to try out Party Animals at no additional cost. It features crossplay between Steam and Xbox too, so no need to worry about not being able to play with friends on another platform.
Party Animals trailers
You can check out a trailer for Party Animals above. This launch trailer showcases the kind of wacky gameplay you can expect from this chaotic party game.
It also shows a lot of the maps from the game. There's a pretty big variety on display, ranging from icy arenas to a precarious wooden bridge and even a black hole.
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Party Animals gameplay information
Party Animals is a chaotic multiplayer game where players duke it out across a variety of maps and game modes.
One of these modes is "Last Stand", and features teams of two - but you can change it to different team sizes if you prefer. In this mode, players aim to be the last man standing by taking out the other players. It features nine maps, including Black Hole Lab and the alligator-shaped Gator Valley.
"Team Score" will see 4 players competing to complete an objective depending on which of the nine maps you're on. For example, if you're on "Lollipop Factory" you need to fight over gummy bears and bring candy back to your base.
There's also "Arcade" mode which has just two maps, and players start with 10 lives each. On Winter Cabin players can drink expired milk to gain super strength, and staying outside will freeze you solid. On Final Destination, players duke it out in an abandoned subway station - just don't stumble onto the tracks.
It's shaping up to be a fun party game with a lot of different maps to try out, so if you're interested, you can try the game now on Xbox or Steam.
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