Cartoon Community’s OK Ok.O.! Let’s Be Heroes has unlocked a season 2 greenlight, with new episodes set to premiere in 2018. Plus, Ian Jones-Quartey’s multiplatform storyverse is quickly to broaden with console online game OK Ok.O.! Let’s Play Heroes, and followers can now try the just-launched official trailer under.
Season 2 of the present might be much more heroic for Ok.O., Enid and Rad as they proceed to stage up with all new adventures. There are new threats and villains on the horizon as mysteries of Lakewood Plaza Turbo start to disclose themselves. Shock heroes will even make their debut alongside some acquainted faces in particular crossover episodes that can kick up the motion, laughter and comedy into most drive.
Followers can catch episodes of OK Ok.O.! Let’s Be Heroes any time on the CN app.
The brand new trailer for Let’s Play Heroes exhibits off the numerous acquainted characters followers can count on to see, in addition to the sport’s colourful mix of side-scrolling motion and RPG components. When Lord Boxman resets the cardboard ranges of each hero in Lakewood Plaza, it’s as much as Ok.O. to assist his buddies and safe his place as a real hero. Battle Lord Boxman’s evil robotic military in fast-paced brawls, discover the mall to seek out quests to finish, and stage up particular POW playing cards for brand new talents to place the ache on Lord Boxman’s most diabolical scheme but.
OK Ok.O.! Let’s Play Heroes is revealed by Cartoon Community, developed by Capybara Video games and written in collaboration with sequence creator Jones-Quartey. The sport is predicted to launch on PlayStation four, Xbox One and Home windows PC (through Steam) in early 2018.