Party Animals crazy success could surpass Fall Guys

It looks like the Party Animals game is gaining more and more popularity. According to reports, the video game is starting to be very famous on Twitch, the video live streaming platform. It features the same idea as the now in trend Fall Guys game. However, the question is, will Party Animals surpass the current top video game? 

The video game is not popular just on the Twitch platform, but on YouTube as well. Therefore, let’s find out what the game is all about. 

What’s so special about the Party Animals game?

ReCreate Games developed the game, and it is part of the indie game category. Players can basically play as either puppy, kittens, or other fuzzy creatures. Party Animals comes with a few cool features, including a “realistic physics engine.” Players can enjoy the game online as well as offline. 

“[P]hysics-based multiplayer game that sees you brawl with your friends in an attempt to hurl them off the side of various different platforms,” writes Dexerto.

The whole idea of the game is to be the last animal standing. Players can battle on different maps. It also features a number of different game modes, which is awesome. To find out more about this topic, check out their official website

Funnily enough, the game hasn’t been officially released yet, but it has a great success. Party Animals is not a new game as a demo version is available on Steam. The first beta version was released on June 17 until June 22. Developers released a second version of the game on October 4; however, it will stop being available starting October 13, 10 a.m. PST.

At the moment, the game is available on the Pc platform only. However, taking its success into consideration, ReCreate decided to expand the game’s boundaries to consoles (PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch) as well. Party Animals reached “110,000 concurrent players over the weekend.” That’s crazy!

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