Camper Van: Make it Home announced for Switch, due out 2024
Pack it up and head out
Malapata Studio, an Andalusian indie videogame studio releases its first IP: Camper Van: Make it Home.
Camper Van: Make it Home is a cozy videogame for camperizing vans which will take you to discover a story through the objects, adventures and experiences of its protagonist. Inspired by the relaxing experience of Unpacking, it will make the gamers live a journey of personal discovery. Its release is scheduled for 2024 for Switch.
To make the wait more bearable, the studio is creating a Dev Diary of the day to day in the form of reels (Instagram) and on TikTok showing the development of the game. Malapata Studio shares a first glimpse of their progress, the ideas they have and how they solve as a team the difficulties they face as an indie studio working on their first project in the industry.
In Camper Van: Make It Home, gamers will be able to camperize their own van and will embark on a journey of personal discovery while creating a space as creative as useful to organize all their belongings.
The game allows gamers to delve into the story of its protagonist, who leaves behind her comfortable and monotonous life to dare to explore a nomadic, more natural, and environmentally aware one. This title invites us to discover the experiences the main character goes through on each trip thanks to the objects she carries with her, the ones she collects, the ones that undergo changes, and the ones she leaves behind.
The journey starts with a totally empty van in a charming destination. In the process of camperizing, it will be possible to add as much furniture as space allows. Once furnished, the goal will be to store and sort all the traveler’s belongings, which will be available in a pack list. Not only is it possible to decorate the space inside the van, but also the exterior is customizable.
Once the process of camperizing and organizing is finished, it will be the time to move on to the next journey. What will be the destination? For that, we will still have to wait a little longer.