January 18, 2022

Party Animals hits new highs

Party Animals, a comically cute brawler form Recreate Games has become the wishlisted game on Steam

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Adorable multiplayer party brawler Party Animals became most wishlisted game on Steam

Recreate Games’ comically cute competitive brawler Party Animals made waves on Steam this weekend with its free demo clocking up an impressive 135,000 concurrent players.

Party Animals On a plane trying to push the dinosaur and cat off

This placed it at No.4 for most concurrent players for a game played on Steam, having previously ranked No.1 in Trending/Most Wishlisted/Most Downloaded and Playing Now categories in the latest Steam Game Festival!

The demo gave players a wide variety of cute characters to choose from including puppies, kittens, ducks, bunnies, sharks, dinosaurs and even unicorns to wrestle, punch, throw, tussle and flop about in a cataclysm of hilarious physics-based fun.

The latest Party Animals demo has far exceeded even our best expectations for the second time around. Reaching over 135,000 concurrent players means that we are now looking to add more resources to our internal development team and we are actively recruiting to prepare for the full release version of Party Animals.

Andy Jianyi, Product Manager

The game will feature a variety of game modes in local and online multiplayer at launch, including free-for-all skirmishes and objective-based gameplay.

Party animals dino diving into Unicorn

If all-out lollipop warfare between a cute dinosaur and a fluffy shark, or puppies and kittens wrestling over giant jelly candies, is your thing, be sure to wish list the game on Steam.

This is certainly one that has been added to my wishlist and I will be covering the game in more detail when we finally get our hands on the release version.

Party Animals is set to release in December 2020 which will be just in time for Christmas and if the weekend was anything to go by this could become the most-streamed game as huge Streamers like Stroud, Jacksepticeye and Pewdiepie all showing their support for the new title.