The producer of the game that has just arrived on Steam through Early Access talks about the future of the firm.
Konami has been in the eye of the hurricane for several years for having sagas like Silent Hill, Metal Gear or Castlevania in the fridge; The Japanese publisher put video games aside to take care of other businesses, but it seems that little by little they are returning to the sector. A good example is the arrival of GetsuFumaDen: Undying Moon on PC via Steam, game that is already available through Early Access, and that represents the return of a classic of the firm. And it seems that it will not be the only one.
Shin Murato, producer of the aforementioned title, has said in a interview granted to JPGames that perhaps they will follow this line in the future. “We are inspired by indies games and in the way they innovate with exciting games. And we feel that GetsuFumaDen would be the right way, that’s why we contacted GuruGuru “, he assures.
Konami will not be present at E3, so their announcements will be laterBut the creative goes to more and takes a look at what will come later: “Regarding other collaborations, you can expect more projects like this in the future“, Murato assures. In this way, the Konami creative confirms that the publisher has several plans in mind. The possibilities are many and we will have to wait; do not expect it to be in the E3, because the firm will not be present at the most important video game event in the world, and about which we will tell you everything in 3DJuegos, which will be the official medium.
In case you don’t know what GetsuFumaDen is about: Undying Moon, it’s a 2D dark fantasy action game that will also arrive later on Nintendo Switch and that promises a strategic combat based on the space and time aspects of Japanese martial arts.
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