Saturday, May 21

Atlus hopes to launch a great game in 2022, a year they describe as ‘challenging’

The Japanese developer Atlus It has been very important to the Japanese public for a long time, although perhaps we can say that it has been during the last few years that its popularity in Spain has exploded thanks in large part to the launch of Person 5 Royal fully translated into Spanish or to the good reception of Shin Megami Tensei V.

Shinjiro Takada, one of the heads of the study, has spoken in Famitsu magazine about what they expect from 2022 since Atlus, a year that has decided qualify as “challenging” as “we wait launch a game that will become essential for Atlus. We are all working hard to develop it in a way that is interesting and satisfying for everyone, so look forward to it.“.

Takada has not offered any more clues as to what that important game will be for Atlus who, by the way, is working on 5 or 6 games at a time. Perhaps it refers to the next installment of Persona although the words probably refer to Project Re Fatnasy, an RPG set in a fantasy world in which those responsible for the latest Person like producer and director Katsura Hasino, artist Shigenori Soejima, and composer Shoji Meguro.

Project Re Fantasy is making slow progress in its development

In fact, Atlus’ initial plans were to offer more information on this medieval role-playing game during 2021, although probably due to the problems caused by the pandemic they had to wait to give us new news about the game. The last we know about the project are the words of Naoto Hiraoka, Senior Director of Management at Atlus, who in July commented that “Project Re Fantasy is progressing little by little and we hope to deliver it at the right time. “

What great project would you like the most to see in the light of Atlus, a new Persona or Pproject Re Fantasy?

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