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Fox Announces Family Guy Video Game

Fox Announces Family Guy Video Game

Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has announced the release of an all-new “Family Guy” video game, set to hit retail this fall. The video game, titled “Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse” is being developed by Activision Publ

Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has announced the release of an all-new “Family Guy” video game, set to hit retail this fall. The video game, titled “Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse” is being developed by Activision Publishing and will be based on one of the most popular episodes in the series’ history, season eight’s “Road to the Multiverse.”

“Fans of ‘Family Guy’ will love that we've taken some of the series' most iconic and memorable moments and built them into an impressive and uncensored video game," says David Oxford, executive vice president, Activision. "Anyone who watches the show will appreciate how much we have adhered to its rich and twisted universe and characters."

“Family Guy” is the No. 1 TV franchise on DVD in the U.S., with more than 25 million copies sold. 

"With Activision at the helm, we've found a world class partner for a Family Guy console video game,” says Jeffrey Godsick, president, Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products. “‘Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse’ will utilize the source material, including the talented voice cast and writers, authentic humor and subversive spirit of the series, giving fans a whole new way to interact with their favorite show."

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