SMG Studio’s New Game Moving Out Looks All Kinds Of Co-Op Awesomeness

SMG Studio’s New Game Moving Out Looks All Kinds Of Co-Op Awesomeness

Death Squared’s Sydney-based developer SMG Studios has unveiled their new game Moving Out during the Kinda Funny Games Showcase, and it looks hilarious and totally awesome.

Moving Out is a co-op party game akin to the super popular Overcooked series, where players work together as always-smiling Furniture Arrangement & Relocation Technicians (F.A.R.T.s) to relocate furniture and objects to and fro between a host of normal, crazy and spooky locations such as houses, moving vehicles, zoos and haunted houses. The game can be played solo, but as with most party-based games, including SMG’s very own Death Squared, the game will be at its most enjoyable when players are working together.

The game is scheduled to hit PC and consoles in 2019, and we’re more than keen to get our hands on the title sometime next year.

You can watch the game’s 1980s-themed announcement and instructional video below:

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