Outright Games has announced a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem game adaptation.
The game is slated to arrive for PC and consoles sometime next year, and according to Outright, it'll boast "unique visuals inspired by the film's bold, painterly art style".
Several Turtles characters from across the franchise are set to appear, and the game will offer "energetic ninja teamwork gameplay" alongside a "humorous narrative".
Unfortunately, we don't know too much else about the Mutant Mayhem game right now; Outright seems to be playing its cards close to its chest. Hopefully, we'll get a gameplay reveal sometime soon.
Outright Games COO Stephania Malham says the studio is "overjoyed" to be working on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem game.
She calls TMNT "one of the most enduring and beloved franchises in the world" and says that this project will expand the Turtles' "global reach" even further.
For his part, Paramount gaming exec Doug Rosen says the Mutant Mayhem movie animation's "vibrancy" lends itself well to a game. We'll have to wait and see if he's right, but the concept art is pretty promising.
Outright was founded back in 2016 and mainly focuses on family-friendly games, with an emphasis on licensed adaptations.
Some of the studio's previous projects include games based on Bluey, Peppa Pig, and Bratz, as well as, uh, Race with Ryan. Let's hope the Mutant Mayhem game turns out better than that one did.
We'll bring you more on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem game as soon as we get it. Stay tuned for more on all things Turtles-related in the world of gaming.