Ubisoft Will Bring Grow Up To PS4, Xbox One And PC On August 16th
(Last Updated On: July 15, 2016)

Grow Home came out back in 2015 for PC and PS4, and let players manipulate the world around them to try to get B.U.D. back home. Now, Ubisoft is set to bring the third person 3D adventure game back, but with a sequel named Grow Up, which will be playable across PS4, PC and Xbox One. 

Back during E3, publisher and developer Ubisoft announced that their 3D adventure game Grow Up will be coming to PC, PS4 and Xbox One, although the first game was available for the former two during its primal days, the sequel will soon be available for Xbox One this time around.

The game will go live and will be playable next month on the 16th. Meanwhile, those who are waiting for the strange game to go live can feast their eyes on the older E3 trailer that shows in-game footage, courtesy of Ubisoft‘s YouTube channel.

As shown above in the trailer, the game follows the weird looking robot named B.U.D. who is better known as the Botanical Unit Droid. The game has players trying to get back home by using uncanny methods like growing things to an absurd size to reach other places. The game is set in an open world that holds pieces of B.U.D.’s spaceship hidden around special locations, in which the player must find.

All of the above is notated below in the game’s official description:

“Grow Up is a joyful and ageless fantasy game. BUD, a clumsy and charming robot, is on a mission to find MOM, his parental spaceship. Leap, bounce, and float in a vast open world as BUD explores the new planet in this beautiful acrobatic adventure.”

Not much of a fan of the game myself, but I do enjoy seeing wacky 3D platformers like this. Platforming games have always been cool to me and to see a game that almost bears no limit to creating a path to get to your objective is pretty cool to see.

With that said, the sequel to Grow Home — better known as Grow Up — will be available to play across PS4, PC and Xbox One, on August 16th. For more information, you can head on over to blog.ubi.com.


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