BloodPop does not use music artists like Lady Gaga or Justin Bieber as his primary work. For this, he created his own studio, where an innovative shooter could be created.
Bloodpop is a music producer who has worked with artists such as Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber. He now wants to try something completely different: with his newly established development studio Genpop Interactive, he wants to make a third-person shooter.
Bandai Namco's former manager is joined by others.
Aubrey Tennant, who used to work for Bandai Namco, has backed him. He has also served as the Chief Operating Officer.
Around 25 developers are already working on big-name projects, including Cyberpunk 2077, Halo Infinite, and The Sims.
The AAA games created by them are focused on music, fashion, and gaming culture. In particular, the shooter above is aimed at Generation Z. This includes anyone born between 1997 and 2012.
According to Tennant's statement, the shooter genre will be transformed with a "layered social world." The settings should continue to evolve as per viewer feedback. There are also plans for "new movement and combat mechanics". In any case, it is unknown what the game will be called, and on what platforms.
Generation Z is looking for new intellectual property that resonates with them and that has a long legacy that defines their generation. Big studios have become complacent, preferring to treat their legacy games with the same snare as Weekend at Bernie's. "Not only are we on a mission to develop the next great game, but also to foster the next generation of pop culture."
Studio Trigger, who co-produced the animated film "Cyberpunk: Edgerunners," is looking for 6.5 million dollars in funding.
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