Number of Players
1 (Single Player)
Release Date

PlayStation Store

  • US 2nd Sep 2015
  • EU 2nd Sep 2015
Official Site


  • Review Grow Home (PS4)

    Son of a beech

    Grow Home is yet another small indie-esque release from Ubisoft, following closely in the footsteps of Child of Light and Valiant Hearts. It combines unique gameplay, a stunning graphical style, and a cute story about robots and plants in an attempt to recreate the sensation of rock-climbing. But does this plucky platformer climb to...

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Grow Home News

  • E3 2016 Grow Home Sequel Grow Up Announced

    Moving on up

    BUD is back in a new adventure, entitled Grow Up. For fear of stating the obvious, this sequel to the experimental original sees the cute little robot clambering and soaring to ever higher heights - this time without the guidance of MOM. Take a look at the announcement trailer. It retains the colourful, polygonal aesthetic of Grow...

  • E3 2016 Is Grow Up the Sequel to Grow Home?

    A new leaf?

    The European games ratings board, PEGI, may have inadvertently stolen a little of Ubisoft's thunder. A page on its website currently lists a rating for a new game, entitled Grow Up. It sounds to us like a sequel to the cutesy, 3D platformer Grow Home, with PEGI's rating of 3"" backing this up somewhat. Another interesting tidbit is the...

  • News PS4 Freebie Grow Home Is Ubisoft's Fastest Ever PlayStation Download

    BUD for you

    It won the Vote to Play poll on the PlayStation 4, but there's more good news for Grow Home's botanical bot BUD, as the platformer has become Ubisoft's fastest ever download on PlayStation formats. The game exceeded 1.5 million "sales" within its first week – but this success can of course be attributed to the fact that it was given...

About The Game

In Grow Home, players are free to explore a strange open world full of floating islands, majestic caves and waterfalls set in a beautiful and minimalist art style.

Players take on the role of BUD (Botanical Utility Droid), an excitable child-like robot sent on a mission to search the galaxy for a new species of plant that can save his home world.

By growing and directing the giant Star Plant into a towering organic sculpture, players reshape the planet and create a magnificent landscape that lets them climb to great heights. The game's innovative climbing controls and BUD's unique abilities challenge players to continually reach for higher ground – but one wrong move and it's a long way down!

As a participant in the Vote to Play program, Grow Home will be among a selection of games that PlayStation®Plus members can vote on to be part of their Instant Game Collection. Members can cast their vote starting August 13, with results to be announced August 24. The winning game will be available free for PlayStation®Plus members. More information about the campaign can be found on the PlayStation Blog.