Moving Out 2

Move furniture into your van while avoiding obstacles and frantically yelling at your friends.

In “Moving Out 2” you once again take on the task of becoming a certified Furniture Arrangement Relocation Technician (F.A.R.T.). As a worker in a moving company you must pack furniture in your van as fast as possible and by any means necessary—including (but not limited to) breaking windows, throwing TVs from the second floor and slapping your friends. Like its predecessor, this game will get chaotic very quickly.

“Moving Out 2” builts on the tried and tested formula of the original title as it introduces a bunch of new levels and ideas. You can still throw objects and bigger pieces need to be moved by two people, but you now have to occasionally sort your stuff instead of throwing it into the van. Some doors now close automatically and others can’t be opened in both directions. Additionally, the slap mechanic got a lot more useful. Besides these small additions, the level design is way more creative and there’s a bigger focus on environmental challenges like portals, foggy clouds or moving obstacles.

The sequel to “Moving Out” explores some fun new ideas, introduces a bunch of creative level design and brings an updated art style. It still very much feels like the original, though. “Moving Out 2” is basically more of the same good stuff, but that’s exactly what we wanted.

Why you should play it:

  1. The core gameplay still is chaotic and fun, but there are a few welcome improvements.
  2. With the introduction of multiple dimensions the level design gets even more outlandish and creative.
  3. Includes many accessibility options like assist mode and speed adjustments.

Last edited: 20.08.2023

Supported Platforms

  • Windows (Steam)
  • PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 (PSN)
  • XBOX Series X/S, XBOX One (Microsoft Store)
  • Nintendo Switch (Nintendo eShop)

This game may be available on other platforms. Please check out the official website for “Moving Out 2”, if your preferred platform isn’t listed. Your Linux distribution may support this game through Steam Play.

Supported Input Devices

  • Regular Gamepad (shareable, 1–2 Players)
  • Single Joy Con (Switch)
  • Keyboard (PC)

Most couch co-op games require one gamepad per player (DualShock 4, DualSense, Nintendo Switch Pro Controller etc.), but sometimes you can share gamepads (PS5, XBOX Series X/S), use a single Joy Con (Switch) or let at least one person utilize a keyboard (PC). Please note: We can’t guarantee that your specific setup works with “Moving Out 2”.

Multiplayer Options

  • Local Multiplayer (Couch Co-Op)
  • Online Multiplayer
  • Remote Play Together on Steam
  • SharePlay on PSN (2 Players)

Remote Play Together (Steam) and SharePlay (PSN) allow you to share local multiplayer games with friends over the internet. Only the host needs to own the game. Remote Play Together is free. SharePlay requires a paid PSN subscription and is limited to 60 minutes per session and a maximum of 2 players.

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Great couch co-op games are hard to find? Not anymore!

We love couch co-op games. Nothing beats the joy of sitting in the same room, playing some fun games and experiencing the reactions of your friends first hand—especially during a pandemic, when you’re more often at home with your partner, family members or roommates. Sure, online multiplayer modes can be fun, too, but couch co-op has always been the best type of multiplayer games for us.

If you are like us, you play local multiplayer games on a regular basis, either with your kids or your friends. Every platform has some couch co-op classics, like “Mario Kart 8 Deluxe” and “Super Mario Party” on Nintendo Switch or “Sackboy: A Big Adventure” on PS5. While these couch co-op games can be played over and over again, you may want to try something new from time to time. So, where do you find interesting, new titles? Sometimes you get great recommendations from friends, but most of the time you need to do your own research.

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