PS Plus subscribers can look forward to new titles at Extra and Premium levels this month, including the fresh Moving Out 2…
Today sees the release of Moving Out 2 – the highly anticipated sequel to 2020’s Moving Out. If you’re a PS Plus Extra or Premium subscriber, you’re in luck. You can get the title on day one via the subscription service – and the game is getting rave reviews!
A total of 17 free games will be given to Extra and Premium levels in August. The catalogue will be updated today, 15 August. Extra subscribers will get Moving Out 2, Destiny 2: The Witch Queen, Lost Judgment, Destroy All Humans 2: Reprobed, Two Point Hospital: Jumbo Edition, Source Of Madness, Cursed To Golf, Dreams, PJ Masks: Heroes Of The Night, Hotel Transylvania: Scary-Tale Adventures, Lawn Mowing Simulator: Landmark Edition, Spellforce III Reforced, and Midnight Fight Express – followed by another day-one release, Sea of Stars, on 29 August. For Premium users, MediEvil: Resurrection, Ape Escape: On The Loose and Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice will join the catalogue.
Today, however, we’ve heard some news about Moving Out 2, which promises to be a great day-one release.
It received a very respectable score of 83 on Metacritic. It’s worth checking out what the critics have to say about it. TheSixthAxis says: “It’s a clichéd line but that doesn’t stop it from being true: if you loved Moving Out then you’ll love Moving Out 2. It’s a whole lot more of the same chaotic multiplayer action you’ve come to expect.”
Push Square added: “If you’re after more Overcooked-like co-op fun, Moving Out 2 is a great option. Its colourful presentation, cheeky humour, and increasingly madcap levels combine for a successful follow-up,” while WellPlayed commented, “Rarely can you say that moving house is fun, but SMG Studio’s co-op party sequel manages to introduce more than enough new ideas and added content to have you pushing aside your weekend plans to pack and stack.”
Wondering what Moving Out 2 is all about? Several inter-dimensional portals have opened around the town of Packmore, sending you and your fellow lifters through ruptures in the spatial fabric of time. The game is available to buy on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC – and PlayStation 4/5 if you’re not a PS Plus subscriber.