Pac-Man World Re-Pac Shows Off How It Has Evolved From Its Original


Pac-Man is almost here again with a look at how Pac-Man World Re-Pac brings the original back to full life again

By the end of this month, many out there will be able to dive into Pac-Man World Re-Pac on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Switch, and PC. So many platforms that you do not really have a good excuse as to why you would not have a chance to play what Now Production and Bandai Namco have for us. Then again, there could be that small group of gamers out there thinking they have already played Pac-Man World. Well, you would be correct, but this is a full remake of that classic game and now you can have a look at why you should be diving back in for it.

If you cannot way for August 26th to roll up on us, though, we do have a look at how the teams have brought Pac-Man World back to life and fit the more modern systems out there. In many instances, it looks like this platformer was completely rebuilt and only some inspiration was used to rebuild the levels. In fact, that looks like the case in almost every instance we have here for Pac-Man World Re-Pac. Outside of seeing familiar faces and some background elements, it definitely looks like the team took more than enough care to make this platformer hit once more. Have a look at just how it was brought forward and what we will be leaving behind once the game lands out there. That or experiencing for the first time when it comes to those younger gamers out there.

Pac-Man World Re-Pac — Graphics Comparison

Get a look at how Pac-Man World Re-Pac compares to the original game, and take a peek at the first two areas in this latest trailer for the upcoming remastered version of the game. Pac-Man World Re-Pac launches on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Switch, and Steam on August 26, 2022.

Are you excited to get more Pac-Man in your life or did you want to stick to the past for it all instead? Do you like how the new title looks here or did you want it to just be a remaster instead for some reason? How vastly different do you think the final version will feel or will it be close enough to the original to make everyone happy? Give us all of those thoughts down in the comments and then feel free to discuss if you so wish. More for Pac-Man World Re-Pac will be on the way before launch, so please keep checking in here for all of that and everything else that we could offer up.