SpongeBob Squarepants Battles For Bikini Backside Once more Subsequent Yr On Swap

Within the first of THQ Nordic’s three deliberate bulletins, the corporate has revealed that SpongeBob SquarePants is again in a remake of a 2003 3D platformer that includes the yellow one and his underwater buddies, coming to Swap in 2020.

SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Backside – Rehydrated is a remake of the unique console recreation which was developed by a number of studios and launched throughout all the main platforms of the day. It was the GameCube/PS2/Xbox period for these of you younger’uns who weren’t gaming again then – blimey, is SpongeBob actually that previous!?

Within the recreation you battled in opposition to rampant robots so as to save Bikini Backside. It acquired a combined to constructive crucial reception however clearly offered by the truckload, coming into the Participant’s Selection vary on GameCube in addition to the corresponding massive vendor price range traces on the opposite consoles.

THQ started the lead as much as the announcement by drumming up some hype on Twitter, initially to combined outcomes, though individuals quickly cottoned on:

Aye aye captain— That Man (@Kingderkaderka1) June 5, 2019
AYE AYE CAPTAINNNNNNNNNNN— Isjina🌸 (@princessgamer24) June 5, 2019

THQ said that the sport will not be coming to E3, and particulars on this remake are skinny on the bottom in the meanwhile, with the above teaser reveal being just about all we now have to go on. It is apparently being made by Viennese dev group Purple Lamp Studios, a comparatively new outfit made up of veteran builders with solely The Guild three to its title. The YouTube trailer mentions a model new multiplayer mode, although, so followers of SpongeBob and Patrick will need to hold a eye on this one.

Did you play the unique recreation on one of many many platforms it graced? Does this get your style buds tingling like a Krabby Patty? Tell us within the ordinary place.

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