Moving Out is pretty similar to Overcooked. Rather than trying to cook as many dishes as you can in the allotted time, your aim is to move all the items in the house to the truck in as little time as possible. So that you know how far through the game you are, here’s everything you need to know about how many levels there are in Moving Out.
As you play through the story, you’ll unlock a new level after you complete each one, adding new puzzle elements to the challenge. While you can see a lot of the houses on the map, it’s difficult to know exactly how many levels there are ahead of you.
How Many Levels There Are in Moving Out
When you’re on the map, you’ll see the number of gold completion medals you have and how many challenges you’ve completed in the top left corner of the screen, with them being out of 30 and 90 respectively.
That would suggest that there are 30 levels to complete, but there are actually more. In a PlayStation Blog post, SMG Studio revealed how many levels there are just before the game released. They said:
“We hope the hundreds of playtest sessions have paid off and everyone enjoys the game. We have a free demo to try with a small sample of the 50 levels available in the game.”
Once you’ve completed a level once, you’ll be able to go back to it to complete the challenges that then unlock, and then just to try and beat your time from then on. As you make your way through the story, more of the 50 levels will unlock for you to play.
That’s everything you need to know about how many levels there are in Moving Out. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to search for Twinfinite.
- Moving Out Review – Reduced Chaos
- Moving Out: How to Move Heavy Items
- Moving Out: How to Slap
- Moving Out: How to Smash Windows
- Moving Out: How to Play Splitscreen Co-op Multiplayer