Aardman says it should lend its skills in “creating characters and worlds,” to “create tales tailor-made for present and future platforms.”This isn’t Aardman’s first foray into video video games, both. Except for licensing out its most well-known properties for online game spinoffs, Aardman and Digixart co-developed 11-11: Recollections Retold, a story third-person journey set in World Warfare I.
In an announcement, Aardman Managing Director Sean Clarke says, “Interactive Leisure is a big progress space inside the leisure world, and with new rising expertise blurring the strains of watching and taking part in.” Clarke provides that the studio will embrace “this new world and cement our studio’s fame as a multi-disciplinary inventive hub.”
Aardman says the primary collaboration will start growth in early 2021. Whereas particulars stay secret, the mission might be a very new IP, so not primarily based on any earlier Aardman or Namco Bandai creation.
And no, this probably has nothing to do with Elden Ring. Who is aware of the place that sport is?
Matt T.M. Kim is a reporter for IGN.