New Conker game coming to Project Spark on April 23

Conker's Big Reunion sees Conker getting himself in order.

Conker's Big Reunion

At E3 last year, Microsoft teased Conker is coming to Project Spark. Today, Project Spark developer Team Dakota revealed Conker’s Big Reunion, a new episodic Conker game series to be distributed within Project Spark that sees a washed-up Conker trying to get himself together to attend a reunion with his friends at the ‘Cock and Plucker.’

Conker voice actor Chris Seavor is returning the voice the squirrel. Team Dakota also worked closely with the series’ original developer Rare throughout the development process.

“Rare gave us all the original assets we’ve needed, including the original music,” said Conker’s Big Reunion creative director Henry Sterchi. “Pretty much everything from tone, to scenarios, to music, etc. Rare has given feedback and help all along the way, it’s been tremendous. They really care immensely about the characters and giving them to the fans to create with.”

The Conker Creation Pack for Project Spark will include approximately 300 Conker assets, ranging from characters to props, terrain materials, and efects, as well as remastered original music and audio.

Both the create and play experiences will launch individually and as bundles via digital download on the Project Spark marketplace on April 23.

Watch the trailer for Conker’s Big Reunion below.

Thanks, IGN.

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