The first game in the collaboration will be an action platformer that will be available on PC and consoles in 2023. Funko said the nameless game will have "significant third-party studio integration," which shouldn't come as a surprise considering Funko's high-profile licensing arrangements for trinkets and Burton's expertise with numerous Lego games. Meanwhile, Funko anticipates that the game will be rated "T" for teen use. The first teaser depicts Freddie Funko, a Pop-style figure, but provides little additional details.
We are so excited to finally reveal that we have teamed up with Funko for our first game! pic.twitter.com/CKbyNK6FwO— 10:10 Games (@1010Gamesltd) July 24, 2022