Little Big Planet was a splendid series on the PS3. With Little Big Planet 1 and 2 getting good review scores, sales and many other accolades. Little Big Planet 3 was an odd point for the series since because it was riddled with bugs and problems and didn’t live up to the same expectation set by the previous 2 games.
Are we getting Little Big Planet 4 or something bigger?
According to Ryan Brown, a known industry insider. He claims that a new Little Big Planet game could be announced tomorrow.
I have a fairly solid source on a new LittleBigPlanet game announcement coming on November 2.
Don't quote me on that though. Unless it turns out I'm right, then totally quote me on it.
Honestly, some of us in the LBP community have been speculating stuff like this for a while now. Especially with the 10th anniversary etc, but it seems odd having Dreams and a new LBP compete in the same market – so unless this is another spin-off like Karting? ????♀️
You can see that there is also some evidence to suggest that something could happen during the studio’s stream on November 2nd. While Media Molecule has their hands full with Dreams, it seems that Sumo Digital could have something to announce on the Little Big Planet front.
As we continue to work on Dreams, our friends at Sumo Digital have been keeping the LBP adventures going and supporting the community. They’ve got birthday plans throughout the month of November to celebrate the big 1-0, so keep an eye on their Twitterand Facebook pages to see what they get up to!
Keep in mind that a new Little Big Planet is not entirely out of the realm of possibility. The IP is one of Sony’s most treasured and a huge hit with kids, teenagers and adults. The company took time to learn from the mistakes of Little Big Planet 3, but whether we are getting a full-fledged title or a spin-off like Little Big Planet Karting is still the million dollar question.
Little Big Planet offers a variety of options for people to make their own games, levels and other content of choice from within the game. Dreams is looking to be Media Molecules next in-house engine as its powerful enough to make games from within the game itself.
Tomorrow does mark the series 10 year anniversary, so it wouldn’t be out of the question for an announcement to be made. We will have to wait very patiently till tomorrow to see if any news does come out of this.
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