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Outright Games and Sony Pictures Animation announce Hotel Transylvania videogame

3 Feb - 2018

Popular Film Franchise Hotel Transylvania Set for Release on Multiple Platforms in a Monstrously Fun Adventure.

Get ready to cast away on a spooktacular adventure! In anticipation of this summer’s release of Hotel Transylvania 3, worldwide video game publisher Outright Games is proud to announce new games for consoles and PCs based on Sony Pictures Animation’s hit Hotel Transylvania films.

In the game, which picks up where Hotel Transylvania 3 leaves off, Drac’s Pack land themselves into hot water yet again — washed overboard and lost on mysterious islands. Players will rescue their favorite monster friends from fearsome enemies, discover lovable new allies with amazing abilities, and push their puzzle-solving skills to the limit to find their friends and the magic compass needed to get back to Hotel Transylvania.

Terry Malham, CEO of Outright Games, states, “As a family business, we set out to create high quality games that families can enjoy. We know that this collaboration with Sony Pictures Animation, combined with our expertise at fantastic family entertainment, will mean we can bring this franchise to life in the form of a fun game for players everywhere.

It is an exciting collaboration between our two companies,” says Jamie Stevens, EVP Worldwide Consumer Products at Sony, “We are dedicated to providing enjoyable and memorable experiences to families around the world, and by working together, I truly believe that we can do that in the form of this game.”

The Hotel Transylvania game will release in Summer 2018 on PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC.


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