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Pac-Man will be playable for free on Twitch in a new channel

Pac-Man is getting his personal Twitch channel. But fairly than simply stream Pac-Man gameplay, viewers will be capable of play a brand new kind of co-op Pac-Man sport, no obtain required, at no cost immediately within the stay Twitch channel.

Bandai Namco and Amazon Games revealed Pac-Man Live Studio on Friday, which they name an “all-new Pac-Man experience.” Viewers will be capable of bounce right into a stay sport of Pac-Man Live Studio with different gamers — as much as 4 at a time — to cooperatively compete in two high-score-focused modes.

There’s additionally a maze creator known as Studio Mode, which can let Twitch viewers construct and share customized Pac-Man mazes. Here’s a take a look at Pac-Man Live Studio’s maze editor:

Pac-Man will be playable for free on Twitch in a new channel Image: Amazon Games/Bandai Namco

Pac-Man Live Studio can even supply the traditional arcade model of Pac-Man, playable within the Twitch channel.

Here’s the official breakdown of all 4 modes coming to Pac-Man Live Studio in June:

Studio Mode – Create and share your personal maze creations. The hottest mazes might be extra seen on the worldwide charts, supplying you with the possibility to be acknowledged as a prime creator!

Endless Mode – Up to 4 folks play concurrently with only one life per stage, working collectively to realize the very best mixed world rating whereas competing in opposition to one another for the bragging rights of most factors scored on the staff.

Select Mode – Up to 4 gamers staff up cooperatively to realize the max rating on any community-generated maze; you may even discover mazes created by your favourite streamer!

Classic Mode – Travel again to 1980 and expertise the unique PAC-MAN sport.

Pac-Man Live Studio might be playable on Twitch on PC.

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