Yooka-Laylee developer Playtonic says the recent injection of funds from Tencent will allow the studio to expand to three development teams.
The two high profile action games are also joined by Yooka-Laylee and Garou: Mark of the Wolves next month for a solid offering.
Several ideas for games featuring characters in the Yooka-Laylee universe are floating around at the studio.
Three developers have already signed on with Playtonic Friends for their next games.
"We know you're all wondering what we have cooking," the developer writes.
The developer says details will be revealed "soon."
A good selection for those looking for something to play over the weekend.
Playtonic Games would "love" to work on the franchise but "that ball isn't in our court."
Other titles like Minit, The Red Strings Club and The Escapists 2 are also coming.
These bosses prefer to test your mettle before your might.
Playtonic thanks fans as the spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie hits a new milestone.
Playtonic returns home.
Not Banjo Threeie, this isn't.
Persona 5 meanwhile disappears from the top 10.
A complete video walkthrough for Yooka-Laylee.
Camera movement improved and softlocks removed.
This is the new sound, just like the old sound.
Not much cleaning out of the fridge to do here.
And yes, it's local multiplayer.
Right on schedule.