, best known for its pop vinyl figures, is about to break new ground. It makes video games with the help of developer 10:10 Games. The studio is run by Jon Burton, founder of Traveller’s Tales and . “By partnering with 10:10 Games and utilizing the best developers in the industry, we will have the talent to deliver games that reflect Funko’s unique imagery across its lines and diverse products,” said Andrew Perlmutter, CEO of Funko. in a statement.
The first game in the partnership is an action-platformer coming to PC and consoles in 2023. Funko says the untitled game will have “major third-party studio integration,” which probably shouldn’t come as a huge shock given Funko’s collectibles and Burton’s experience with the various Lego games. Meanwhile, Funko expects the game to have a “T” for the youth rating. The first teaser features a pop-themed character named Freddie Funko, but offers few other details.
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