At the end of January, the publication Fanbyte told about the state of affairs in TT Games.
Then it became known that the studio is developing a new DLC for "Mandalorian" for LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga and the new LEGO Batman.
However, these projects may be under threat — the studio was covered by a wave of cancellations.
Nintendo Life reports that the following games have been canceled at TT Games:Project Marley is a LEGO game that combined many worlds from Disney projects, namely "Cold Heart", "Toy Story", "The Nightmare before Christmas", "Pirates of the Caribbean" and others.
In structure, it resembled Diablo, was in development for four years; Project Cosmic — LEGO-a game about Guardians of the Galaxy, in which Nova and Adam Warlock were supposed to appear.
It was in development for 18 months; Project Rainbow Road — initially it was a game about Funko figures, but later the license was taken away.
Subsequently, it turned into a shooter based on the IP of Warner Bros and Netflix: DC, "Rick and Morty", "Very Strange Things"; Project Lego X is a mobile port of LEGO Worlds.
Initially, it was developed by Playdemic, but later the studio was acquired by Electronic Arts, and production was transferred to TT Games.
Currently, the "Mandalorian" DLC for LEGO Star Wars continues to be in development: The Skywalker Saga and the new LEGO Batman.
However, both projects are under threat due to the insufficient amount of resources that go into the development of a LEGO game about Harry Potter in the style of The Skywalker Saga.
At the same time, the prospects for continuing TT Games' partnership with LEGO remain vague.
In 2022, it became known about LEGO's desire to withdraw from the exclusive agreement with TT Games and start granting a license to create games under its brand to various companies — as Disney does today with the Star Wars franchise.
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