Moving Out 2 Reviews
With a simple but very engaging concept, Moving Out 2 will put players finding the best ways to move objects inside and outside people's houses with a lot of learning involved when it comes to coordination and keeping within the time limit. The game is especially outstanding on local multiplayer, where hours of unbridled fun between friends are assured, thanks to the accessible but demanding controls. A true gem of fun and hilarity that more than deserves its place in players' hands.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
As a fan of Overcooked, Moving Out 2 should have been right up the alley of many fans. The thing is, it feels like it tries to play the same way, just as a moving company. The reality though, is it misses every single mark by a long shot. It’s not that it’s a particularly bad game, it plays as it says for the most part (I have had a couple instances of stuff falling out of the map and never respawning), it’s just overly boring to play alone, and just as boring to play with people. It’s not a party game like Overcooked and it’s not overly cooperative, so it’s hard to say what the aim was, if there even was one.
Moving Out 2 is the same as the first game. And that's the biggest problem. You get the same thing again, with more content, but the same thing. The same graphics, the same sound, the same mechanics. It's still fun, but you want something better, more varied, more variable, newer.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
Moving Out 2 really is one of the funniest party games you can play. It's more or less suitable for all ages and is unlikely to drive you crazy and ruin friendships. It's colorful and has something new in almost every level.
Review in Turkish | Read full review
If you are looking for a co-op game, but don't have anything in mind yet, Moving Out 2 is highly recommended! And if you like Overcooked's games, these are also games that you will certainly enjoy.
Review in Dutch | Read full review
Moving Out 2 provides more of the same slapstick shenanigans in a world of clumsy movers and fragile items. The silly humor is present and accounted for with more levels to conquer while you laugh along. The developers have played it safe with minor changes that improve the experience overall.
Moving Out 2 innovates on the foundation of puns, puzzles, and platforming its predecessor built before it and provides a break from the mainstream releases of 2023.
Moving Out 2 is better and more fun than the original. Making online friends isn’t easy, but with a variety of worlds to explore, moving is actually fun for once. Grab a box and get to the finish line!
Moving Out 2 is a solid sequel to an already excellent game. Not every new addition is a hit but the majority are, adding in plenty of barmy ideas to an already manic game. It’s a hoot with a few pals sitting on the couch and having a laugh as they hurl a microwave through a window and bounce it off a parasol into the truck. Just be careful that the farmyard levels don’t turn your friend group into an angry mob baying for blood.
Moving Out 2 retains successful elements from its predecessor, introducing online multiplayer and more intricate level design. Similar to Overcooked, it's a challenging party game suitable for various players, making it a strong formula.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Moving Out 2 provides more variety and adds some new features to improve on what the first game did so well. There is some fun level design across the different dimensions, the writing is funny once again, and there is plenty of ways to play with friends locally or online regardless of their skill level.
Moving Out 2 didn't come to set a new standard in the chaotic simulator genre. Its mission leans more towards maintaining a proven efficient formula, with changes aimed at mitigating the main problems of its predecessor. This goal was also achieved, and the result is a sequence that is not perfect, but it is fun, has good challenges and a lot of laughs — that is, it does what a video game has to do, although many people forget about it.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
Of course, the most important part of this game is the chaos that unleashes when you get together with friends, be it now through real life or online. Much can be said about the hassle of hauling your belongings and asking help from a company to aid you in such a troubled time. But Moving Out 2‘s incredibly wacky and wild multiplayer adventure as a mover will keep you coming back for one more round.
Moving Out 2 is a good game, and I do recommend it, especially with friends or if you’re a parent and want something to enjoy with the younglings. Compared to the first game, the developers have added much more level variety and plenty of variety in gameplay. For me, though, not all of this hit the mark, and I still found the experience at times quite frustrating and not as joyful as the happy characters waddling about on screen. If you played the first game and it didn’t land, then you don’t need to jump into this one. But if you’re new, loved the first game or have friends that want something fun and silly for game night, you shouldn’t be disappointed. If only moving out was this much fun in real life.
Even if you end up playing solo, the many ways in which Moving Out 2 has improved the original formula and amped up the fun factor will undoubtedly push players to find co-op partners to partake in the chaos. A healthy variety of creative levels, level elements, and charming character personalities all contribute to a party waiting to happen, and that’s saying plenty when it comes to the thankless task of moving furniture.
Moving Out 2 is delightful. It’s not a huge reinvention of what’s come before, but at the same time it adds enough to keep it fresh with newly styled levels and mechanics, new ways to work together to get bigger items around faster and full online crossplay. It’s smooth, stable, steady and an absolute blast to play together with friends and friends you’ve yet to meet. It’s my favourite party game this year!
Between its humor and its off-the-wall action, Moving Out 2 is sure to be a hit at one’s next shindig. Those flying solo will have fun, but be sure to bring a friend or three along to get the best Smooth Moves experience.
Not everything is ideal when it comes to presentation, but on the whole, Moving Out 2 is a fun game to play alone or with friends
Moving Out 2 reeks of charm and goofy heart, which makes for a winning recipe when coupled with gameplay that matches perfectly. This may not be a title that everyone will enjoy, but anyone looking for a fun break from norm or love goofy games have something special to find in Moving Out 2.
While mostly staying true to the formula of the original, there’s just enough new polish and fun to make it worth a fresh look