With Yooka-Laylee Kickstarter raising more money than we've had hot dinners, developer Playtonic has revealed the platformer's colourful world will be far more expansive than the likes of Banjo-Kazooie. In fact, you could say its turned a Page when it comes to level design.
"This time around, the worlds will all be contained within these larger magical books and we'll have quite book-ish names for the levels as well," explains studio head Gavin Price in the latest issue of Official PlayStation Magazine. "Sometimes they'll sound more like titles of books when you go into the levels and you'll explore them that way by collecting Pages as well. So you can go into a world, and it'll start off similar to a Banjo level in terms of scope, size and complexity, but then you can spend your Pages expanding the current world or use them to unlock a future world as well."