Blankos Block Party – Gameplay Interview | Summer of Gaming 2020

Developed by Skylanders and World of Warcraft alums, Blankos Block Party is a free-to-play game creation suite that lets players design their own single and multiplayer experiences while collecting and leveling up different Blankos, living figurines inspired by the urban and designer vinyl scene. Mythical Games CCO Jamie Jackson walks us through some gameplay while discussing the tools players will have access to and how they’re making game design accessible with a controller.

The devs walk us through The Blankos Block Party Trailer as well as some extra Blankos Block Party gameplay to show players the vast creative potential of the game- which can all be created with a controller! From racing, to platforming, to shooters and everything in between, this Blankos Block Party gameplay trailer exposes all the creative ways players can design unique ways to play and thanks to dev Jamie Jackson we got to learn so much more about the game’s capabilities.

Stay Tuned to IGN for more Blankos Block Party trailers and gameplay videos!

Thanks for checking out IGN’s Summer of Gaming! Be sure to stay tuned to SoG as our team shares hands-on demos, gameplay previews (including Xbox Series X gameplay and PS5 gameplay), developer interviews, and publisher presentations- and it’s all happening in live broadcasts on IGN, IGN YouTube, and IGN’s social feeds! Throughout June, IGN’s Summer of Gaming will be showcasing Xbox news, PS5 news, and new games! 2020, we all know is the start of the next console generation, so make sure to continue to check out Summer of Gaming for news about upcoming games, 2020 titles releasing for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, and more discussions around this year’s hottest gaming news.

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