For a series that started as an experimental project, Grow Home – and soon Grow Up – has become a hit for Ubisoft Reflections, happily sitting alongside its parent company’s triple-A franchises by offering unique, open-ended platforming.
Continuing the trend of using a literal name for their games, Grow Up appears to be bigger, better and more ambitious in every way when compared to its predecessor, by allowing B.U.D. (Botanical Utility Droid) to grow plants not just across his native planet, but up into the skies and stars above.
The description on the gameplay trailer reads:
Grow Up is a joyful and ageless fantasy game. BUD, a clumsy and charming robot, is on a mission to find MOM, his parental spaceship. Leap, bounce, and float in a vast open world as BUD explores the new planet in this beautiful acrobatic adventure.
No platforms were mentioned in regards to which ones Grow Up would be coming to, but expect to see it appear on PlayStation 4, Windows 10 and Linux when it launches this August.