Studio Gobo has announced that it has entered into a partnership with Microsoft Studios. Studio Gobo is the company responsible for the design of playsets and figures of the project Disney Infinity, closed last year by Disney Interactive.
Studio Gobo has recently revealed the nature of its partnership with Microsoft Studios. Founded in 2011 in the United Kingdom, Studio Gobo has posted on its CV the F1 2012 game, but also a succession of works for the Disney Infinity franchise with the Pirates of the Caribbean adventure packs for Disney Infinity 1.0, Galaxy Guardians for Disney Infinity 2.0 and Rise Agains the Empire for Disney Infinity 3.0.
The company is currently working on a Triple A action game for unannounced console, so it is looking for new staff. The company is also looking for a UX Designer to work on a product free-to-play but it is unclear if the announcement is connected in some way to the agreement signed with Microsoft Studios. We look forward to learn more about future projects Studio Gobo.
We can’t wait to share more with you about our new partnership with Microsoft Studios. pic.twitter.com/dm31mwBzaF
— Studio Gobo (@StudioGobo) April 27, 2017