Little Big Planet dev working on 'ambitious' new games
Job listings at Media Molecule indicate British studio building "brand new IPs" for "different platforms" that are "even more ambitious" than Little Big Planet.
What's next for Little Big Planet developer Media Molecule? According to job listings at the British game developer, the studio is at work on multiple "brand new IPs" that are "even more ambitious" than the creativity-themed Little Big Planet franchise.
The studio has numerous open positions that describe the company's upcoming work as "AAA" and slated to arrive on "different platforms." Media Molecule is a Sony-owned studio, and every game from the shop has arrived on the PlayStation 3 or PSP.
Last summer, Media Molecule said it was stepping away from the Little Big Planet franchise, but noted it will continue to be involved in the series. Upcoming franchise entries Little Big Planet Karting and Little Big Planet for the PlayStation Vita are being developed externally.
Media Molecule was founded by former Lionhead Studios staffers and created the Little Big Planet series, which was born on the PlayStation 3 in 2008. The franchise came to the PSP from Sony's Cambridge studio in 2009, and a sequel developed by Media Molecule arrived for the PS3 in 2011.