Scopely announced this week that its party game Stumble Guys is making its console debut later this month. It officially launches on Xbox on January 23, and pre-orders come with a Stumble Starter Pack containing several in-game items.
The company acquired Stumble Guys from Kitka Games in 2022 for an undisclosed sum, before it was itself acquired by Savvy Gaming Group in 2023 for $4.9 billion. Scopely has expanded Stumble Guys’ reach with players, even introducing the Stumble Workshop, where users could create their own in-game content.
Stumble Guys has previously only been available on mobile devices and Steam, with a launch on Xbox and PlayStation confirmed late last year. With its launch on Xbox, it now has another vector by which to compete with similar party games such as Fall Guys, which is available on all current- and last-gen consoles.
Scopely also announced today that it’s bringing Pac-Man to Stumble Guys as part of a collaboration with Bandai Namco. This is one of many in-game collaborations for Stumble Guys, which has previously crossed over with Hot Wheels and MrBeast.
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