Olympics Go! Paris 2024, the official mobile game for the Paris Olympic Games to launch on June 11, 2024

Olympics Go Paris 2024, which is the official mobile game for the Paris Olympic Games, is all set to launch on June 11, 2024. Olympics Go! Paris 2024 is published by nWay under license from the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

Enjoy the fun of Paris 2024 Olympic Games on your mobile devices

This innovative game is a hybrid casual sports and simulation title that merges city-building elements with the sports events of the Games in Paris to provide a truly unique Olympic gaming experience. Olympics Go! Paris 2024 will feature 12 Olympic sports that players unlock through constructing and managing their personalized virtual cities.

Players will be able to compete in several exciting arcade-style Olympic events and 12 thrilling mini-games, including breaking, fencing, archery, golf, and swimming, while building up their dream city around Olympic venues with iconic landmarks. Every victory unlocks new upgrade options so you can win your gold medals, well, I can too just by sitting at home.

As players progress through the game, they can unlock and customize their host city, building it with unique charm and benefits. Benefits unlocked by building the city include resources used to improve athletes’ training, making them more competitive in the mini-games. Speaking of release, the game will launch across multiple platforms including Android, iOS, and PC, on June 11.

Olympics Go Paris 2024 gameplay
Image via nWay

But before that, Olympics Go Paris 2024 will enter into a soft launch this month. Pre-registration via the app store or website will unlock exclusive in-game digital items, so once it launches, I will update the space here. The Paris Olympics will kick off the Opening Ceremony on 26 July 2024, so enjoy both the game and live event!

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