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Stumble Guys on PlayStation Consoles Today!

Stumble Guys on PlayStation means that the stumblin’ party continues on consoles! The multiplayer battle royale title is now available for PlayStation 4 and 5, with a launch of cross-progression too. Players will be able to take their game on the go or at home on the big screen with this feature!

About Stumble Guys on PlayStation

With more than 50 million players every month and boasting more than 600 million downloads, “Stumble Guys” has firmly established itself as a global gaming phenomenon across mobile, PC and now console, The game debuted on Xbox earlier this year, and quickly cemented its position as one of the top free games on the platform. PlayStation fans can now experience “Stumble Guys’” signature whirlwind of swift, frenetic matches with up to 32 players, all while navigating through imaginative levels and hilarious obstacles.

Additionally “Stumble Guys” on PlayStation will launch with cross-progression, allowing players to seamlessly carry game-play progress across devices, ensuring that “Stumble” adventures are never interrupted. Whether on console, PC, or mobile, players can pick up right where they left off—and with Nintendo Switch support coming soon, they can make progress on any screen they choose. 

“We are obsessed with constantly providing our incredible ‘Stumble Guys’ community with new ways to play, whether it’s through amazing partnerships, new creative tools like Stumble Workshop, mind-blowing new gameplay experiences, or debuting on new platforms” said Jake Bales, SVP Product & Game Director for “Stumble Guys” at Scopely. “By bringing ‘Stumble Guys’ to PlayStation, we’re offering more choices to our existing players and welcoming new ones to the party, making it easier than ever for friends to Stumble together.”

With the Nintendo Switch getting Stumble Guys soon, the game will reach all major consoles in the future. As always, stay tuned for more gaming news here on Miso!

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During the day, Elisha is an aspiring businessman, but at night, he's a wacky freelance writer. Born into the world with a fleeting knowledge of rhythm games, he loves shonen manga and still wants Pushing Daisies to have some closure. For any manga/anime/video game inquiries, please contact him at edeograc (at)
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