Glu is a well-known developer for mobile devices having a wide variety of games available for consumers, with some of their most recent titles featuring celebrities like the recently launch Sniper X with Jason Statham. This of course isn’t the only celebrity focused game on the Play Store with games like Katy Perry Pop and Kim Kardashian Hollywood in the mix, and there’s bound to be quite a few more as Glu’s CEO firmly believes that mobile games with “star power” have a significant value and place in the mobile games market. The latest game to join the likes of those mentioned above is an upcoming title in a partnership with Glu and award-winning, celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay.
It won’t be hard to imagine what sort of game users will be looking at considering the celebrity, and although the game will surely be focused on cooking to some capacity, there are not many details about the game to be, including the lack of an actual title for the game and any details regarding gameplay elements. Glu does make reference to their experience in the time-management genre though, of which they have plenty, so it’s a safe bet that whatever the new game with Gordon Ramsay is to be called, it will be a game focused on time-management and cooking, similar to something like Diner Dash and the many other alternatives out there with the same type of gameplay.
For those who enjoy the time-management games and may also be fans of Gordon Ramsay’s myriad of cooking shows, there unfortunately is no exact date for a launch of the game as Glu has only just mentioned the partnership and that they will be working together through the development process to meet a planned goal for release in the Summer of 2016. This means it could be months before any release information is made public, but Glu has stated they will share more information about the development of the game and Gordon Ramsay’s involvement with the process at a later date. As with nearly all of Glu’s other mobile games, this new title is also sure to be a free-to-play game that’s either ad-supported and/or supported by in-app purchases.