Yooka Laylee celebrates it’s first birthday this month and the developers over at Playtonic have taken to their blog to announce it and to also tease that extra content could be in the works for the game. Thats not all though, as they have also teased “Other stuff” as well. They promise to open up on what extra content and “Other stuff” could be sometime soon.
It could be DLC or more multiplayer minigames. Perhaps they are working on a new game? They also announce that they are hosting a competition and will be giving away 5 ultra-exclusive character parade posters, that have have been signed by the staff. You can read more about it in the excerpt below.
Surprise! Remember us?
Yes, hands up, we’ve been a bit quiet for a while. But we promise it’s because we’ve been far too busy working on covert goodness, and not because we’ve been down the pub for 4 months. Soon we’ll start talking more actively, both about extra content for Yooka-Laylee, plus… other stuff. Shhh!
But in the meantime, it’s Yooka-Laylee’s Birthday! Huzzah!
The journey up to now has been a proverbial minecart ride of surprises, and we wish we could reach out and give each and every one of our supporters a big snog. We love you guys XOX
But since we can’t physically caress all of you, you’ll have to make do with a competition.
To celebrate Yooka-Laylee’s first birthday, we’ve got a very special giveaway for you offering the chance to win one of five ultra-exclusive character parade posters, signed by the entire Playtonic dev team!
These posters were originally given only to the ladies and gents who worked on the game. However, the good news is that we’ve managed to convince the team to keep them off eBay long enough to hold this giveaway.
Want a chance to win an exclusive Yooka-Laylee Character Parade Poster? Head over to our Twitter page for details!
Thanks again for your splendid support over the past year. There’s lots of exciting stuff going on behind the scenes that we hope you look forward to. Cheers!
Source: Playtonic Games Official Blog
Categorised in: Nintendo
This post was written by Mike Scorpio