After internet hosting a record-breaking Kickstarter for his newest recreation, the creator of Suikoden says he’d be open to returning to the collection that made his identify. Nevertheless, in the intervening time, the RPG games veteran is all in on what’s proper in entrance of him.
Chatting with Nintendo Everything, Yoshitaka Murayama, director of the primary three Suikoden video games, stated he’d fortunately take the chance to return to the basic IP, however solely after his present venture Eiyuden Chronicle is shipped and brought care of first. “Suikoden was a recreation I used to be very lucky to work on. I’ll all the time love that collection nevertheless it’s probably not one thing that I personal or management whereas Eiyuden can 100% be my factor,” He defined. “That being stated, I’d after all be very happy to work on one other Suikoden recreation if the prospect offered itself sooner or later. Nevertheless, for now, I wish to pour my focus into Eiyuden Chronicle as the following chapter in my life.”
The primary Suikoden is extensively considered one of many biggest JRPGs of all-time, popping out within the mid-nineties on the PlayStation amid a surge within the style. Murayama led improvement on it and the primary two sequels, earlier than parting methods with Konami within the early noughties. Final yr, he and a group that includes expertise from throughout the Suikoden collection revealed spiritual successor Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes, and their new studio, Rabbit & Bear. The anime game proceeded to change into one of the most successful videogame Kickstarter campaigns of all time.
Right here’s some early battle gameplay from Eiyuden Chronicle:
Murayama has made it clear Eiyuden Chronicle will be on Steam along with no matter different platforms it lands on, and proper now the discharge window is set for someday in 2022.