ooblets port forward update june 2021

Visit Port Forward in Ooblets in June 2021

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The Ooblets Port Forward update will arrive on June 12, 2021. Once people download the free patch, which will bring the game up to 0.8, they’ll have access to the new area. Though, as a precaution, Glumberland did note it will arrive “unless we goof something up.” Like past additions, this means new Ooblets to collect, items to find, and minigames to play. There’s also a trailer that looks at its Coney Island-like environment.

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When people head to Port Forward in Ooblets, they’ll find themselves at a boardwalk-like area. There will be arcade and mini-games. You can apparently earn tickets. There will be a person in a mascot costume. Folks can get new Ooblets, like Angkze and Quabbo. Both decor and furniture items were confirmed too.

Here’s a trailer showing off Angkze.

And here’s where you can meet Quabbo. Quabbo also appears in decorative balloons at Port Forward.

Finally, here’s the full Port Forward trailer showing off the new location and release date.

This launch means Glumberland is more or less following the roadmap it offered in August 2020. An additional area and story update will arrive after Port Forward comes to Ooblets, and the game should leave early access in 2021.

Ooblets is available for the Xbox One and PC via Epic Games Store. The Port Forward update will arrive on June 12, 2021, followed by a full launch later in 2021.

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