Skullgirls Dev Collaborating with Trigger for Indivisible Opening Animation

Skullgirls Dev Collaborating with Trigger for Indivisible Opening Animation

Kill la Kill and Little Witch Academia animation company will help out on Indivisible.

Publisher 505 Games and developer Lab Zero have announced that animation production company Titmouse and animation studio Trigger will be collaborating to create the opening animation for Lab Zero's upcoming game, Indivisible. Indivisible is a 2D action RPG created by the studio behind Skullgirls, funded through IndieGogo in December of 2015.

Titmouse will be doing the storyboarding for Indivisible's opening animation, while Trigger will be doing the animation itself. Production on the animation is scheduled to being in the second quarter of 2017.

Titmouse is the American production company behind shows like Metalocalypse, Superjail!, Venture Bros., Motor City, and Son of Zorn. Trigger is the Japanese studio behind Little Witch Academia, Kill la Kill, and Kiznaiver. Trigger was founded by former Gainax employees Hiroyuki Imaishi and Masahiko Ohtsuka

In honor of the announcement, Lab Zero Games is creating a free dynamic Indivisible theme for PlayStation 4, which will include a brand new song by game composer Hiroki Kikuta. Kikuta has previously composed works for Secret of Mana, Seiken Densetsu 3, Soul Calibur V, Atelier Escha & Logy, and Rise of Mana. The dynamic theme was created by the folks over at Truant Pixel.

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