Bluey The Video Game: Release Date, Where To Pre-Order, Price & More



“Embark on an Adventure with Bluey

The Video Game” “Get ready to dive into the world of ‘Bluey,’ the beloved Australian children’s TV show. Now, you can be a part of the fun with ‘Bluey: The Video Game,’ set to release on November 17, 2023, for PC and various gaming consoles.”

“Join the Bluey Family in a Virtual Adventure” “Developed by Outright Games, known for ‘Peppa Pig: World Adventures,’ this game lets up to four players join in the excitement together. Play as Bandit, Chilli, Bingo, or the lovable Bluey herself, and explore the familiar world of the Bluey household, with surprises beyond its walls.”

“Relive Joyous Moments from the Show” “Recreate the joyful moments from the TV series in this game. Play games like ‘Keepy Uppy’ and ‘Magic Xylophone,’ and experience the adventures that fans of all ages have cherished. It’s a chance to make everyday life thrilling!”

“Where to Pre-Order Your Bluey Adventure” “Exciting news for fans! Physical pre-orders are now available at Best Buy. PC players can wishlist the game on Steam to be notified when pre-orders open. Console players, keep an eye on Nintendo Switch eShop, PlayStation Store, and Microsoft Store for digital pre-orders!”

“Affordable Fun for All Ages” “With a price tag of just $40, ‘Bluey: The Video Game’ offers an affordable adventure for gamers on PC, Nintendo Switch, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, or Xbox One. Stephanie Malham, COO of Outright Games, promises an interactive experience for fans of all ages.”

“Bluey’s Journey Across Borders” “Discover the challenges ‘Bluey’ faces as it crosses borders. Cultural differences and content standards have led to necessary edits for American audiences. Despite these changes, the show has won the hearts of American viewers, becoming one of the most-watched programs in the country.”

“Share Your Favorite Bluey Moments” “What are your treasured moments from the ‘Bluey’ TV show? Which adventures do you hope to experience in the video game? And how do you feel about certain scenes being adjusted for American audiences?”