de Blob Splats Back Onto PS4 and Xbox One This November
The 2008 puzzle-platforming game de Blob is making its way to PS4 and Xbox One on November 14, and a brand new trailer shows off its colorful gameplay.
THQ Nordic is collaborating with BlitWorks to bring back the nine-year-old puzzle-platforming game, de Blob, with the re-release to arrive on select consoles this November.
In de Blob, color is a crime in Chroma City as declared by the nefarious I.N.K.T. Corporation. The only entity that can save the land from becoming a dull black-and-white landscape is de Blob. You will team up with the Color Revolutionaries and save the citizens of Chroma City from Comrade Black’s monochromatic views. The game will also feature eight different multiplayer modes allowing up to four players to compete for territorial control.
The title originally was developed by Blue Tongue Entertainment and published by THQ exclusively for Nintendo’s popular console at the time, the Nintendo Wii, when it released back in 2008. The game garnered a fair amount of success eliciting its sequel de Blob 2 for Wii, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 in 2011.
Last March, THQ Nordic announced they would be bringing the title back to PC, and now the game will have a chance to shine on consoles for those that might have missed out on this colorful title.
de Blob will be available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on November 14th, 2017, and it is available right now for PC. Check out the new trailer if you’re unfamiliar with Chroma City’s colorless epidemic: