OUTRIGHT GAMES TO HEADLINE STADIA’S DEDICATED KIDS & FAMILY CATEGORY FEATURING ‘PAW PATROL: THE MOVIE™ ADVENTURE CITY CALLS’ GAME AND OTHER MAJOR ENTERTAINMENT FRANCHISES
The brand-new title featuring the world’s most famous pups launches on Stadia August 13th, alongside ‘DreamWorks Dragons Dawn of New Riders’,‘Gigantosaurus The Game’, ‘Ice Age: Scrat's Nutty Adventure’ and 2020’s ‘PAW Patrol: Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay’
London, August 11th 2021 — Outright Games, the leading global publisher of kids’ interactive entertainment, is proud to announce that the latest and greatest games are coming to the cloud for the first time with Stadia. Set to launch on August 13th, 2021, Stadia today revealed a new dedicated kids & family category, within the Stadia store, which will support customers in selecting the greatest age-appropriate games for the whole family. This will mark a huge addition to Stadia’s roster of family-friendly entertainment.
To kick off the selection ‘PAW Patrol The Movie™: Adventure City Calls’ will be released on Stadia the very same day. Based on the upcoming feature film PAW Patrol: The Movie, a Spin Master Entertainment production in association with Nickelodeon Movies, this video game will also be joined by Outright Games’ two previous top-selling adventures set in the PAW Patrol universe.
Also launching on August 13th as part of Stadia’s new kids & family section will be four other smash hit titles from Outright Games, including ‘DreamWorks Dragons Dawn of New Riders’, ‘Gigantosaurus The Game’, ‘Ice Age: Scrat’s Nutty Adventure’, and ‘PAW Patrol: Mighty Pups Save Adventure Day’.
Terry Malham, CEO of Outright Games says “As cloud technology continues to make gaming even more accessible for families the world over, Stadia and their new section of the storefront user interface will continue to help parents and guardians give their children quality, age-appropriate video games to enjoy. This is just the start of what we feel will be a powerful partnership with Stadia, as we look to bring out a stream of titles over the coming months and years.”