The first gameplay video for Pac-Man World Re-Pac has now been unveiled, and it looks exciting.
At Anime Expo 2022, Bandai Namco revealed more information regarding their upcoming Pac-Man World Re-Pac remake of the PlayStation platformer.
This new version of the classic 3D platformer includes some new features that will make the game more enjoyable.
That being said, this is the first time we’ve seen the remake in action since the Nintendo Direct Mini Partner Showcase last week.
If you haven’t seen the gameplay of Pac-Man World Re-Pac then scroll down for more details.
Pac-Man World Re-Pac’s gameplay
Everything is explained in greater detail in the video below.
The Mega Pac-Man mode was also shown during the gameplay, where Pac-Man transforms into a large ball resembling his traditional appearance to take down enemies. Original Pac-Man did not have this feature.
During the clip, it is also claimed that the platforming will be improved, so fans can surely expect something exciting.
However, what was mentioned above is not all as Nintendo everything indicated that the gameplay also has several other key features for Pac-Man World Re-Pac.
- A Reimagined Classic – This 3D action-adventure platformer takes advantage of current generation hardware and features smoother, more intuitive gameplay, updated visuals, and a wider view of the action.
- Multiple Modes – Play a collection of 3D mazes in Maze Mode or adventure through the main campaign in Quest Mode! Clear Quest Mode to unlock the original Pac-Man game.
- A Fantastic World of Adventure – Dodge Ghosts and other bad guys, solve environmental puzzles, and collect items as you progress through Ghost Island’s six areas, each with multiple levels and a unique boss battle challenge.
- He has the moves – Pac-Man will butt-bounce, rev-roll, hover jump, and more throughout the six areas while collecting Pac-Dots, fruit, and power-ups.
That’s all for now folks, as we look forward to this iconic game’s release on 26th August 2022.
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