Lego game fans, brace yourself for some disheartening news. TT Games has reportedly made the tough decision to cancel several projects in development, leaving fans wondering what could have been. As one of the leading developers in this genre, their latest announcement has sent shockwaves through the gaming community. So what exactly led to these cancellations? Let’s dive into the details and see if we can piece together what happened!
cancelled several Lego game projects. Among these reportedly cancelled games are Lego Guardians of the Galaxy, a Lego Disney title, and a mobile port of Lego Worlds. According to Nintendo Life, a non-Lego shooter featuring Warner Bros. characters like Rick & Morty and the DC Universe of Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman was also cancelled.
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The report alleges that ‘Project Marley’ was another cancelled game and featured characters from Disney’s biggest animated properties, including Frozen, The Muppets, Toy Story, Winnie the Pooh, and Nightmare Before Christmas.
The report also suggests that the Lego Guardians of the Galaxy project, codenamed ‘Project Cosmic,’ was a traditional Lego title in the style of previous Lego superhero games. According to reports, the game will feature Nova and Adam Warlock, who is slated to appear in the next Guardians of the Galaxy film. The game was reportedly cancelled after 18 months of development.
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker, TT Games’ last Lego game, was a commercial success, exceeding sales records across “every platform, region, and edition” for Lego console games. However, reports suggest TT Games may partner with other publishers for future console games, including several Lego sports titles from 2K.
This news may disappoint fans of Lego games, particularly those looking forward to playing with characters from Disney’s vast animated universe or the beloved Guardians of the Galaxy franchise. It remains to be seen what TT Games has in store for future projects. Still, fans will undoubtedly be eagerly awaiting news of any new developments.
Via: Nintendo Life