Uh, I’ll imagine it after I see it
A Funko platformer? Uh, possibly I’d play it! I imply it’s Funko. But it’s additionally a platformer! I’m erring on the facet of “this won’t excite a lot of people.”
As for the main points, effectively there isn’t a lot, however there’s one thing! Funko truly revealed the information at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) this previous weekend, noting that the partnership includes a growth cope with 10:10 Games, and “some of the industry’s best creators.” The UK studio has no actual pedigree proper now as a corporation (it fashioned in mid-2021), and the “AAA Funko platformer” due in 2023 will probably be their first take a look at.
Right now they’re centered on “developing AAA content for current and next gen consoles and PC,” and the challenge itself is untitled. Strangely, the game is aiming for a “T for Teen” ranking, which will probably be wild to see play out in actual time. Hopefully it finally ends up faring higher than the now-closed Gears Pop game.
That mentioned, if that is by some means as far faraway from the Funko aesthetic as attainable, a “AAA platformer” sounds engaging on paper. You simply don’t see very lots of them anymore, as that’s principally reserved for the indie house. Sadly, Toys for Bob and Vicarious Visions might have had that space on lock, however they had been folded into varied bits of Activision as assist studios.