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PlatinumGames New Announcement to Go Live on April 1st

No, this isn’t a joke. PlatinumGames‘ next big announcement will be shared in the coming days on April 1st. This news will serve as the final announcement in its “Platinum 4” reveals. For now, it’s unknown whether or not the brand new data will concern one other sport or one thing else solely. At least the wait to search out out for sure is sort of at an finish.

PlatinumVideo games teased its plans for April 1st in an replace on the “Platinum 4” website. The high of the house web page options 4 of Platinum’s star logos, every accompanied by one of many three earlier bulletins. A fourth star rests atop the date, 04.01. Check out a screenshot of the imagery beneath:

PlatinumGames New Announcement to Go Live on April 1st

The firm beforehand teased the fourth reveal earlier this month, noting it wasn’t “too far away.” Director Hideki Kamiya added that the approaching information is supposedly “a doozy.” Little else has been shared in regards to the forthcoming reveal since then.

The first of the studio’s 4 main reveals hit the online in February, with the announcement of The Wonderful 101: Remastered. A Kickstarter marketing campaign for the mission ended with $2.2 million of support, far exceeding the unique $50,000 purpose. The remaster is slated to release in a couple of months on May 19th.

PlatinumVideo games’ second announcement noticed the workforce unveil Project G.G., a brand new superhero journey helmed by Hideki Kamiya. Details are scarce at current. Finally, the third reveal went stay late in February, consisting of reports about PlatinumGames Tokyo, a studio that’s set to formally open subsequent month. While the brand new workforce will develop video games, it’s presently doing Research and Development on the corporate’s new in-house games engine.

[Source: PlatinumGames]

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