Good things are coming in October… pic.twitter.com/Qn9JykH2Ws
— Playtonic (@PlaytonicGames) August 15, 2019
“Yooka and Laylee must combine their abilities to take on a series of challenging and vibrant 2.5D levels, and explore and solve puzzles in a beautiful 3D overworld,” reads the official announcement.
The game is set to feature 40 levels in total, including alternate versions, with secrets and puzzles found throughout the title “dynamically” transforming the landscape.
As part of a recent feature on the game’s soundtrack, Playtonic said it has created unique pieces of music for each new landscape.
Burton upon Trent, UK-based Playtonic was established by Rare veterans in 2014. It raised over £2 million through Kickstarter for its first project Yooka-Laylee, a spiritual successor to Rare’s Banjo-Kazooie.