Moving Out, a couch co-op game about moving couches (and other junk), is next on my local multiplayer list. Between that near-universal premise, the warm aesthetic, and the possibility of player-led hijinks, developer SMG Studio and Overcooked publisher Team17 should have another hit on their hands.

Some of us have been tracking this game for months now I’ve returned from the depths of the Nintendo Switch eShop empty-handed too many times and I’m thankful the end is finally in sight.

Apart from releasing a new gameplay trailer today, SMG Studio also slapped a proper date on Moving Out. It’s launching April 28, 2020, for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC (Steam).

The studio also confirmed a range of accessibility options for Moving Out. Along with a scalable UI, a dyslexia-friendly mode, subtitles, and “multiple controller mappings,” there’s an Assist Mode. Players can toggle options like longer time limits, reduced difficulty, lighter 2P items, and a level skip.

I’m calling dibs on the chameleon. You can have the toaster-headed guy.

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