Today, Dutch studio Two Tribes pointing at underwhelming sales of Toki Tori 2+, announced that there wont be another sequel. With Toki Tori 2+ unable to meet the company’s sales estimate or gaining players after releasing on the Wii U and PC last year, Two Tribes has lost hope in Toki Tori.
In an interview with NintendoLife, Founder of Two Tribes, Colin van Ginkel explained how the delays in Toki Tori 2+ had a big impact on both the dissolution of the original development team as well as its bad sales.
Players aren’t surprised at the announcement after Two Tribes shut down its development company and then restarted with a far smaller studio compared to the original but its Publishing branch remains the same.
Although Toki Tori 2 received praise as the sequel to the original puzzle platformer which was the last Game Boy Color title released, as well as a remastered release on the WiiWare and WiiU Eshop, it wasn’t enough to support the game.
When asked about which console will Two Tribes next project be released on, Ginkel stated it’s too early to tell but he explained that the Toki Tori 2 engine can run on PS4, Wii U, PC, Mac and Linux and they are considering these platforms for their future projects.