Special Sectiona subsidiary of Take-Two, announced a partnership with Game CrazyThe studio behind the Pokémon franchise to release an all-new IP-based action adventure game codenamed Project Flower.
For now, the game is still in the early stages of development, so much so that according to the official press release, the game should be released during the game. 2026. Details end here for now, but on the other hand, a concept drawing that you can admire has been published at the beginning of the news that immortalizes what looks like a samurai in the jungle. There’s certainly little to no idea about Project Bloom, so we’ll have to wait for new official information in the months and years to come.
“We’re excited to create a bold new IP that’s different from our previous work,” said Kota Furushima, director of Game Freak. “From the very beginning, Private Division has been the publisher we wanted to work with on our new game. Their past projects and global experiences give us all the confidence to create a new action adventure we look forward to.” future.”
Michael Worosz, Take-Two chief strategy officer and head of Special Division, added: “We are ready to help Game Freak unleash its potential, and we are honored to be the first Western publisher to work with this extraordinarily talented and experienced team to bring a bold new IP to market.”
Game Freak really needs no introduction. The studio was founded in 1989 and is best known for the series’ main games. Pokémon and some of its spin-offs, which have sold over 400 million copies worldwide. What many don’t know is that over time, the studio has also made other games unrelated to the flagship series, and has moved outside of Nintendo platforms. Among them, we recall for example Tembo the Badass Elephant, Giga Wrecker and more recently Pocket Card Jockey: Ride On!, a horse racing game for mobile, for which you can read our review.