Movers In Paradise, the tropical DLC for zany couch co-op moving sim Moving Out, released today on PC via Steam, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. If you ever fancied Overcooked’s quirky silliness but ported to the world of removals, then there’s plenty in store in this stacked wave of new content.
Movers In Paradise introduces a host of new features, including 14 new levels, and 10 new arcade levels, all set a short boat ride on its way Packmore Island. Additionally, there’s four new character to choose from. It’s more of the same physics-based fun found in the base Moving Out game, but this time under the tropics’ warming sun.
Moving Out Movers In Paradise DLC
Here’s a breakdown of the Moving Out: Movers In Paradise DLC core features:
-Couch co-op: Players can either take on Moving Out: Movers in Paradise solo or enlist the help of up to three friends in local multiplayer co-operative gameplay, as they figure out how to get items into the removals van in the quickest way possible.
-Location, location, location: No move is too big, too small, or too weird. Work through sleepy suburbs, frenzied farms, and haunted houses in the main game, or head to the tropics in Movers in Paradise.
-Physics: Need to get a large item of furniture down some steps? Gravity is a F.A.R.T.’s best friend. Glass door in the way? Smash right through it. Throwing things over railings will always be quicker than carrying them the long way around.
-Character customization: Choose from a roster of movers from humans to anthropomorphic animals and appliances that can be tailored to suit the job at hand.
-Assist mode: Increased time limits, skippable levels, and removal of dangers are just some of the options available in assist mode.
-Accessibility options: Dyslexia-friendly text, scalable user interface, and remappable keyboard controls on Steam make the Moving Out experience as inclusive as possible.
Finally, Movers In Paradise also comes paired with a general update for Moving Out, dubbed the Moving In update. This one’s free for all owners and turns the base game on its head by asking players to unpack the removals van rather than fill it up.