Multiple LEGO games reportedly axed at TT Games

Three LEGO games in development at TT Games have reportedly been axed, including titles focused on Disney and Guardians of the Galaxy.

Despite the resounding success of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga and a DLC reportedly being in the works, the games studio behind it, TT Games has reportedly axed three LEGO-related titles from its roster. The first, known internally as Project Marley, was believed to feature multiple words and centred around a large cast of Disney characters, from stories like The Jungle Book, Nightmare Before Christmas, Pirates of the Caribbean, Maleficent, Muppets, Frozen, Toy Story, and Winnie the Pooh.

However, Nintendo Life reports that the studio was facing several issues with the direction of the game. Upon the release of Gameloft’s Disney Dreamlight Valley, which had a very similar concept, TT Games decided against moving forward with the LEGO Disney game.

In addition, Project Cosmic, a LEGO Guardians of the Galaxy IP centred around Nova and Adam Warlock, has also reportedly been cancelled after just 18 months of development. Finally, Project LEGO X, a mobile port of LEGO Worlds that was originally conceptualised by Playdemic before moving over to TT Games, has also been cancelled.

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These three LEGO games were axed alongside Project Rainbow Road, a shooter game centred around Warner Bros. titles like DC, Rick & Morty, and Looney Tunes.

The widespread cancellations are feared to also potentially affect the aforementioned LSWTSS DLC, which was thought to focus on The Mandalorian, although that’s not confirmed as of yet. It’s believed that this may be set aside in favour of a LSWTSS-style game for LEGO Harry Potter.

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Rachael Davies
Rachael Davies
I write about all the very best fandoms – and that means LEGO, of course. Spending so much time looking at and talking about LEGO sets is dangerous for my bank balance, but the LEGO shelves are thriving. You win some, you lose some.

Rachael Davies

I write about all the very best fandoms – and that means LEGO, of course. Spending so much time looking at and talking about LEGO sets is dangerous for my bank balance, but the LEGO shelves are thriving. You win some, you lose some.

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