British animation studio Aardman Animations – famous for that Wallace and Gromit Series-Signed a deal with video game publisher Bandai Namco to create a brand new IP covering a wide range of media, including video games.
The details of this new property are not sober, but the two companies say the deal spans multiple projects, with the first project “spreading multiple media.” Work on the project began in earnest early next year, and companies have revealed that the game spans both “current and future” systems. That is, the owner of the switch. should included.
This is not the first time the two companies have collaborated.World War I video games 11-11: Memories are told Published by Namco Bandai in 2018.
Sean Clarke, Managing Director of Aardman, said of the deal:
Interactive entertainment is a major growth area in the entertainment world. As new technologies blur the line between viewing and playback, we have formed strategic partnerships with partners such as Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe to create new IPs that embrace this new world and as an interdisciplinary studio. We want to share our vision of solidifying our reputation. Creative hub.
Aardman was founded in 1972, but it was the founding of Wallace and Gromit in 1989 that made the studio internationally famous. In 1999 it released the first movie, Chicken run, And since then, has continued to produce more movies and TV shows, including popular ones. Shaun the Sheep And Timmy Time..
Some of Aardman’s properties have been adapted to video games in the past and have the following titles: Wallace & Gromit at Project Zoo And Shaun the Sheep: Stay away from your head, Released in GameCube and DS, respectively, and other formats.