Are you feeling it now, Mr. Krabs?
SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Backside – Rehydrated, a “faithfully remade” model of the 2003 cult basic, has formally been introduced for contemporary methods.
Revealed by the official THQ Nordic Twitter account, Rehydrated is being developed by Purple Lamp Studios and is coming to PC, PlayStation four, Xbox One and Nintendo Swap. The submit additionally confirmed that it’s, sadly, not coming to E3 2019.
The official trailer’s description confirmed a brand new multiplayer mode, studying “Are you prepared, children? The cult basic is again, faithfully remade in spongetastic splendor! Play as SpongeBob, Patrick and Sandy and present the evil Plankton that crime pays even lower than Mr. Krabs. Need to save Bikini Backside from numerous rampant robots? After all you do! Need to underpants bungee bounce? Why would not you! Need to be a part of forces in a model new multiplayer mode? The battle is on!”
The “faithfully remade” bit suggests the sport is a full remake quite than a easy remaster.
That is the primary of three video games THQ Nordic has teased an announcement for over the subsequent three days: the subsequent two will come on June 6 and seven. These three video games represent only a few of the 80 video games it has in improvement, which additionally contains Useless Island 2.
Battle for Bikini Backside has turn out to be referred to as a preferred speedrunning sport. In response to Speedrun.com, the present any-percent completion time report for Battle of Bikini Backside sits at 51 minutes and 54 seconds and was obtained one month in the past by SHiFT.
In our authentic Battle for Bikini Backside overview, we known as the sport “Good” saying “The love for the SpongeBob franchise actually shines by in Battle for Bikini Backside.”
Nickelodeon lately introduced a SpongeBob prequel sequence starring a 10-year-old SpongeBob, or SpongeBobby, if you’ll. That is a part of SpongeBob’s “Greatest 12 months Ever,” which incorporates this spinoff, a brand new TV particular and extra.
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