At San Diego Comic Con yesterday, Funko announced a video game collaboration with 10:10 Games. The effort will be spearheaded by Jon Burton, co-creator of the Lego video games at Traveller’s Tales.
Funko revealed the news in the Pop! Panel talk at SDCC. The 10:10 Games studio was founded in 2021 by industry veterans, specifically to make Funko games. The best-known member of the British studio is five-time BAFTA winner Jon Burton. The studio will help produce a variety of AAA games for consoles and PCs. The collaboration with Funko is the studio’s first announced project.
Details of what exactly the first game will be, including its title, have yet to be announced, but it will be a AAA action platformer and rated “T” for teens. Other third parties will also be involved, although none of the specific IPs or companies were named. More details will be announced at a later date.
This isn’t Funko’s first foray into video games. The Gears Pop mobile game offered a lighter Clash Royale-style take on the bloody shooter, though it was shut down in April 2021. Warner Bros. also picked up the rights to a movie from Funko in 2019, though no footage has yet been released. moving.
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