Lego Disney reportedly among several cancelled projects at TT Games

Several Lego game projects have reportedly been quietly canceled at TT Gamesaccording to a new report.

Nintendo Life claims that the projects include Lego Guardians of the Galaxy, a Lego Disney game, and a mobile port of Lego Worlds.

A non-Lego shooter featuring Warner Bros. Characters such as Rick & Morty and the DC Universe of Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman have also reportedly been cancelled.

VGC has contacted Warner Bros. comment on the report.

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According to the publication, “Project Marley,” one of the allegedly canceled games, was supposed to feature characters from Disney’s biggest animations, including Frozen, The Muppets, Toy Story, Winnie the Pooh, Nightmare Before Christmas, and more. According to the report, the game would have seen players exploring “Diablo-like” dungeons.

The report also claims that after publication Gameloft‘s Disney Dreamlight Valleythe project lost direction and was canceled after four years of work.

The Lego Guardians of the Galaxy project, codenamed “Project Cosmic”, is said to have had a traditional Lego name in the style of previous Lego superhero entries.

The game is said to feature Nova and Adam Warlock, both of whom are set to appear in the next Guardians of the Galaxy movie, suggesting that the game could have served as a tie-in. It was said to have been canceled after 18 months.

VGC first reported last year that Lego Group was set to announce partnerships with non-TT publishers for console games for the first time in years, including several Lego sports games from 2K.

Lego Disney is reportedly among several canceled projects by TT Games

TT Games’ last Lego project, Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker, was released last April and Broke the release records of all previous Lego console gamesaccording to the publisher Warner Bros. Games.

It sold around 3.2 million units worldwide in its first two weeks, breaking sales records for Lego console games “across every platform, region and version”.

VGCs Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Review called it “the best Lego game, and frankly one of the best Star Wars games that has ever been made.”