'Kill la Kill' Studio Teams Up With 'Skull Girls' Devs For New RPG 'Indivisible'

While Titmouse works on the animations, Studio Trigger will be executing the game's final product.

'Kill la Kill' Studio Teams Up With 'Skull Girls' Devs For New RPG 'Indivisible'

Like anime? Like video games? Want a new game that fuses these two genres? What about an anime style sequence of a role-playing title? Lab Zero and publisher 505 games have announced today that they are preparing another game with the help of LA-based studio Titmouse on the animation storyboarding.

The name of the game? Indivisible, by the studio behind the smash-hit fighting game Skullgirls, a game that has triggered the idea for new fighting games such as Saiban's Power Rangers.

While Titmouse works on the animations, Studio Trigger will be executing the game's final product, which is expected to begin production early next year. The hype will be real, and if it's anything like Skullgirls, fans will be enamored by its captivating story.

Yoh Yoshinari, credited for works in the animes Little Witch Academia, Gurren Lagann and Neon Genesis Evangelion, will be partaking in the overseeing of Indivisible's animation.

As a successful crowdfunded game through Indiegogo, Lab Zero had promised that they would be teaming up with a "mysterious anime studio" in their goals. Thankfully, it's one with a high amount of prestige, and something us fans can be overjoyed to see when the game launches, hopefully, next year.

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