YouTube sensation will offer “creative input” on multiple mobile and PC titles

Goat Simulator designer signs multi-game deal with PewDiePie

Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg has already got two video games under his belt, but now plans to release more with the help of one of the minds behind the bizarre Goat Simulator.

Armin Ibrisagic, who was instrumental in the creation of Coffee Stain’s physics-based farmyard oddity, has signed a deal between his new studio DoubleMoose and PewDiePie’s media firm Revelmode, The Verge reports.

No games have been announced yet, but it has been specified that the deal will cover “multiple titles across iOS, Android and PC”. PewDiePie himself will apparently offer “creative input” on each game.

The titles are expected to be comedy-centric.

"Comedy is huge in entertainment, but it still feels in its infancy in the games industry," said Ibrisagic. "Felix and I would like to work on changing that."

PewDiePie has previously partners with Outerminds on Legend of the Brofist and Tuber Simulator.

About MCV Staff

Check Also

Destruction AllStars

Sony delays Destruction AllStars until 2021 – move looks to highlight new PS+ strategy

Looks to be a sensible move considering what could have been a very tough launch period