Yooka-Laylee: Playtonic is working on several sequels

Yooka-Laylee: Playtonic is working on several sequels


Playtonic Games, whose Kickstarter hit Yooka-Laylee has already resulted in a sequel, is working on expanding the universe of Jump & Run even more. In an interview with Eurogamer, studio boss Gavin Price spoke about Playtonic's upcoming projects and the strategy with which information about them would be communicated to the public. Work on several games is currently being planned, but some of them will not be revealed until shortly before the release, while others will be teased years before the release.

"In a game we're thinking about, we've met said 'Wow, it would be great to announce this game two years before launch, there would be enough cool surprises to reveal in those two years.' The fact that [people] already know about it might be right, and then there's another game that's more like, 'Wow, it would be great if we just didn't say anything and then one day just hit the launch button press ... Tada! ' It could backfire spectacularly, you don't know beforehand. "


Yooka-Laylee: Trailer for the 64-bit update for PC and Switch loadVideoPlayer ('80802', '& sAdSetCsategory = artikel_featured', 6, '16: 9 ', false, 1366927, false, 260396, 260 , false, 0, '', '', false); Yooka-Laylee from € 15.00 In its work as a development studio, Playtonic would like to concentrate on the Yooka-Laylee franchise. To this end, the company now employs additional employees who are simultaneously pursuing different ideas. In addition, Playtonic has also launched its own publishing company called Playtonic Friends. Three games that will soon appear under this label have already been confirmed. One title comes from Awe Interactive, the makers of BPM: Bullets per Minute, another from Skellboy developer Fabraz and a third from the small indie studio okidokico, which has created a niche for itself with simple and cute golf and soccer games.

Playtonic wants to maintain a lively exchange with the partners who are brought on board. If someone from a development team whose games Playtonic publishes has an idea for a Yooka Laylee project, a collaboration is absolutely conceivable.

"If we work with these great partners under the Playtonic Friends label , it may be that we find some fantastic people who can help us out with content in the Yooka Laylee universe. "

Price does not provide more precise data on the individual projects, but if his words are to be believed, we should be able to expect new information soon.

Source: Eurogamer

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