The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are within the midst of a comeback of kinds, or at the least somewhat renaissance. Nickelodeon’s huge summer time animated movie, TMNT: Mutant Mayhem, is getting a online game tie-in set within the film’s universe that guarantees to mix the movie’s “daring, painterly artwork model” with a joke and “energetic ninja teamwork.”
Not a lot has been revealed concerning the upcoming TMNT sport apart from gamers taking management of the turtles and interacting with film characters like Rocksteady as they tackle a “new mutant menace” in New York after the occasions of the film, in accordance with IGN. We don’t even know the builders behind the sport but. What we do know is that the sport is being revealed by Outright Video games, the identical writer behind licensed video games like Peppa Pig: World Adventures, Transformers: Battlegrounds, and Ben 10: Energy Journey. The TMNT sport will come out in 2024 on unspecified consoles and PC.
“Nickelodeon is certainly one of our longest-standing licensing collaborators and we’re overjoyed to have the chance to deliver the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to life in a model new and unique online game,” Outright Video games COO Stephanie Malham mentioned in a press assertion. “This is likely one of the most enduring and beloved franchises on this planet and we’re past excited to make use of our experience to develop the Turtles’ world attain even additional via the world of video video games.”
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The Mutant Mayhem movie is presently “licensed recent” on aggregator Rotten Tomatoes with a reviewer and viewers rating of 97 and 90 p.c, respectively, on the time of this writing. Paramount Footage and Nickelodeon Films are presently engaged on a sequel movie and a two-season sequence on Paramount+. In addition they scheduled the movie’s residence video launch to be lower than a month after its August theatrical launch, which is unusual for a studio to do whereas a film continues to be doing the rounds in theaters.