The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu includes an interview with Atlus senior CEO Naoto Hiraoka, who comments on various titles that are in production.
Here are the most important things:
- “In addition to the Person We hope to share some other surprises on the 25th anniversary project. ”
- “We would like to hold events for Person Where possible. Not only for Japan, but also abroad. ”
- “We continue to focus on Vanillaware titles and other Atlus intellectual property.”
- We are working on a number of titles, both announced and unannounced, and hope to release them as soon as possible. We also hope to give you some surprises in the future. ”
- – There are currently five or six development lines in force. Or about 10 when you include Vanillaware and other external companies we work with, plus technological research and development. ”
- “Project Re Fantasy goes little by little and we hope to deliver it when the timing is right. ”
- “We hope to be able to share more news about Etrian Odyssey to everyone as soon as possible. ”
- – There are other large unannounced projects that will surprise everyone in the future. We are happy to tell you about them whenever we can. Give us some time before the announcement. ”
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