Outright Games has announced that it is working on a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem video game, in collaboration with Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon.
It is an adaptation of the latest Ninja Turtles movie, currently in theaters and which has had a good reception, both from specialized critics and the public.
For now, the only thing known about the game is that it will be set a few months after the events narrated in the film, and that the gameplay will focus on teamwork with the turtles.
It has also been promised to maintain the humorous tone and aesthetics of the film (as you can see in the conceptual image that heads this text) and the appearance of other well-known characters from the franchise.
Initially the plan is for the game to hit stores in 2024, with versions for PC and consoles, although the platforms have not been specified.
Outright Games is a studio specialized in creating video games aimed at children, and that has already worked with well-known licenses such as Transformers, Adventure Time, Paw Patrol or Jumanji.
Furthermore, his game will not be the only one we will see soon with the characters created by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird, since THQ Nordic recently announced that it was working on an adaptation of The Last Ronin, one of the highest-rated graphic novels in the franchise.