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PlatinumGames’ Final Platinum 4 Announcement Will Be Revealed April 1, 2020

PlatinumGames, the home of excessive motion video games like Metal Gear RisingBayonetta, and Astral Chain, has been full-on teasing its fanbase for weeks now. The topic of stated teasing is the “Platinum 4,” a collection of announcements which have actually modified PlatinumGames’ presence. From going impartial to opening a brand new studio, these have been hefty reveals. And now, the Platinum Four remaining announcement is upon us. Almost.

PlatinumGames has been tremendous coy relating to every of its new Platinum Four bulletins. The first one ended up being a surprisingly large deal, with The Wonderful 101 rising from the Wii U’s ashes and landing on Kickstarter for a number of platforms. Then, the studio introduced Project G.G., a brand-new title led by director and Twitter legend Hideki Kamiya. Most just lately was the opening of Platinum Games Tokyo, a brand new studio location that homes the Project G.G. workforce. We don’t know what quantity 4 is, however Kamiya has been quoted saying it’s “a doozy.”

The fourth #Platinum4 announcement is on its approach! Look to the celebrities on 04.01 for extra…https://t.co/GLRQg6RNI8

— PlatinumGames Inc. (@platinumgames) March 26, 2020

And there it’s. Something is about to go down on the planet of PlatinumGames on April 1, 2020. Could this all have been main as much as an April Fools’ joke? Doubtful, however you’ll be able to by no means inform what antics the oldsters at Platinum Games are moving into. We already know a number of titles, some barely revealed, are in improvement there. Could one other new mission be within the works as effectively? Or will Kamiya announce an abdication of his social media throne? Will they attempt to make one other Ninja Turtles recreation? We’ll discover out when the Platinum Four remaining announcement breaks on April 1, 2020 on the official site.

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