Game news Square Enix: Japanese producers share their ambitions for 2021 in Famitsu
At the close of the year, many Japanese creators entrusted Famitsu to share their plans for 2021, especially the producers of Square Enix who are preparing several important productions for the company.
Like every year end The famous Japanese video game magazine Famitsu conducted brief interviews with many developers to discuss their plans for the coming year. The principle of the interview is therefore simple: everyone has to provide a keyword to define 2021 and explain their ambitions a little more closely. Among the 110 developers surveyed, we find many manufacturers in particular who are responsible for Square Enix’s flagship licenses.
On the side of Final Fantasy, Yoshinori Kitase said that the development of The Final Fantasy VII Remake sequel was in preparation and we will have to wait before we get any more informati on
As for Dragon Quest, Noriyoshi Fujimoto, the series producer since Dragon Quest VIII, indicates that the saga will celebrate its 35th anniversary in 2021 and hopes to use the opportunity to make announcements
The most surprising announcement finally concerns Yousuke Saito, maker of the NieR license. Basic, 2021 was already an important year for the series with the release of NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139 … on April 23, 2021 …, an improved version of the first NieR, and the mobile game NieR Reincarnation on February 18 in Japan. However, the producer seems to be pointing out that he is also working on another still-secret title:
Keyword for 2021: NieR
What’s new? I’ve been working on NieR for a while. Then, There’s Babylon’s Fall as well and a brand new title. I’m pretty busy …
As a reminder Babylon’s Fall is a project that emerged from the collaboration between Square Enix and Platinum Games and was first unveiled at E3 2018. Little has been said about the title since then, but according to Yousuke Saito, it’s possible we’ll have some in 2021. The latter also seems to be teasing a brand new project that we know absolutely nothing about But this could also include Yoko Taro, the creator of NieR and Drakengard, as the latter have been working together for a long time.
Source : Gematsu
By TheXsable, Writing from igamesnews.com