Ben Tennyson has a new adventure and you’re invited along for the ride. Ben and the gang are taking a holiday in Europe (dodgy accents included) but it’s not going to be the relaxing break that the group had planned; Hex has also booked himself a holiday in the region, and at the very same time.
Ben 10: Power Trip gives players an open-world adventure, along with co-op split-screen multiplayer, and the ability to play as their favourite aliens while smashing baddies in the face. I’ve recently spent a lot of time playing the game, and my review will be coming later today, but until then you can check out the trailer up above, and then have a nosy at the screenshots down below.
“Ben 10 has had such a longstanding presence in kids’ entertainment, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to release a brand-new interactive experience at such an exciting time for the franchise,” said Terry Malham, CEO of Outright Games. “This is our second Ben 10 game we’ve released working with Cartoon Network and we’ve gone bigger and better than ever before, delivering the definitive Ben 10 video game for fans and newcomers of all ages to enjoy.”
Ben 10: Power Trip is out now for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. It’s a pocket-friendly release coming in at $39.99/regional equivalents.
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