Jumanji: The Video Game- Details, release date, and 4-player co-op

Jumanji: The Video Game will be developed by Outright Games, and the trailer for it looks freakin’ awesome.

Yes, Jumanji is still a thing. And yes, I haven’t kept up with it since the original movie.

The series is still going strong with the third movie schedule for December this year. A video game will be released for the franchise being developed by Outright. So far, a November release has been planned.

The game will be a platform action adventure game with up to 4 players locally and online co-op. You can also use bots to play alongside if you’re feeling like a lone wolf. There will be 4 playable characters, of course, featuring Dr. Bravestone, Mouse, Prof. Oberon, and Ruby.

Each character has special abilities and unique characteristics that make them special.

The game will have a uniqueness where no two playthroughs will be the same. The game will have players going through many various locations, such as a mountain, city, and the jungle. Packed with multiple abilities, moves, enemies, and hidden gems, the game brings back some old-school adventure memories that we all grew up with.

Although many people may not remember Jumanji or have lost touch with it since then, for those still have a soft side for this series, the game will be quite awesome, so to say.

Outright Games doesn’t have much we can go off of right now, but we’ll likely see more news regarding the Jumanji video game later this year.

The game will coming out on PC, Xbox One, PS4, and the Nintendo Switch.

Players should expect nothing other than The Rock, Jack Black, and even Karen Gillan.

You can check out teaser trailer for the game below:

What do you think? Will you be picking up a copy?

Eugene Schmidt

Eugene Schmidt

Freelance journalist and part-time gamer. I specialize in indie games as I think they don't get the attention they deserve. I'm just your typical consumer who has some opinions to share. I've been reviewing games since I was 12. I started out reviewing them with friends on old forums that now no longer exist. Then I went to online VoDs, which I've lost interest in. And now I'm here to deliver my thoughts in written format!

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