my singing monsters Playground

Breed them, feed them, let them sing and get the party started – My Singing Monsters Playground will be looking to continue the Monster madness on Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch. 

Coming from the Canadian development team at Big Blue Bubble, the My Singing Monsters will be moving onto console this coming November with My Singing Monsters Playground, an all-new party experience that will see little Monsters’ fans being able to enjoy the love on console. 

My Singing Monsters will see players taking charge of their most favourite Monsters as they take part in a series of modes and game types, attempting to win the tournament ahead of them and become the Monster champion. The game itself will be set across a variety of locales, with players able to explore their favourite islands for the first time, all as the franchise comes to live in an immersive 3D world. 

“We know fans and players alike will love playing as their favorite Monster characters while competing with friends in My Singing Monsters Playground,” said Damir Slogar, founder and CEO of Big Blue Bubble. “We’re bringing the Monsters to home consoles for the first time and inviting our 115 million+ players to join us.”

With friends and family alongside players, My Singing Monsters Playground will let you battle it out in free-for-all matches, or through 2v2 games, with Party Tournament, Single Player Gauntlet and Freeplay options all present. 

Whilst the exact release date is still unknown, we do know that My Singing Monsters Playground will be arriving on Xbox one, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch in digital fashion come November 2021. Sold Out will also cover the physical bases for those on Switch. 

With more than 115 million players already having enjoyed My Singing Monsters, hopes are high for Playground. Check out the trailer below for further insight. 

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