Lego Signs Funcom for Creating Second MMOG
Lego has been planning to introduce another MMOG - massively multiplayer online game. It has been unfolded by a new report that Norwegian developer Funcom has been signed for the creation of the game.
Lego Star Wars was the first creation of Lego launched in 2005. Ever since, numerous surprising video games have encountered the players, young or old. They were lured due to the combination of puzzle solving, real-time combat, cooperative gameplay and building.
Also, no one can forget Lego, which amalgamates varied franchises, comprising Harry Potter, Indiana Jones, The Lord of the Rings, The Pirates of the Caribbean and Batman. All the games, said the report, were created by UK-based Traveller's Tales.
However, the latest game would be Funcom's creativity and has been decided to be released some time in 2014.
The company said that Lego Minifigures Online would be published for iOS, Android and PC. The new MMOG would be Lego's second pass. The first was Lego Universe that was released by Warner Bros in October 2010.
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