Acquire’s Takuma Endo talked in regards to the prospects of rebooting the Tenchu sequence in a brand new interview with Famitsu. The firm had lately renewed its trademark registration for Stealth Assassin, a time period used within the English localization of the sequence’ first title. [Thanks, Ryokutya2089.]
In the interview, Endo additionally said his curiosity in establishing a brand new model that creates indie-scaled titles. The first such sport, shared within the interview, may have chibi-sized characters combating on a small planet. Endo additionally assured that Gladiux remains to be underneath improvement.
Here are a few of the highlights from Famitsu‘s interview with Takuma Endo:
- “We just registered the Stealth Assassin trademark because it had expired.”
- “A new Tenchu game would be difficult to do right now. But we want to create it again from scratch if we have the opportunity sometime in the PS5 era. Registering the Stealth Assassin trademark also acted to lay the groundwork.”
- “I want to establish an indie-like brand that can release a new outstanding game within a short period.”
- “I want to establish the new brand and its first title within this year.”
- “[The new brand] will be distinguished from Acquire’s major brand.”
- “Gladiux is still under proper development.”
The Stealth Assassin trademark is predicated on Tenchu: Stealth Assassins, the English title of the sequence’ first sport launched on the PlayStation in 1998 and directed by Takuma Endo. The newest title within the sequence is Tenchu: Shadow Assassins, which was launched worldwide for Nintendo Wii and PlayStation Portable in 2009.
Acquire is at present engaged on Gladiator X, the Japanese launch of Gladiux. Although we haven’t heard something in regards to the new Gladiator sport since its preliminary reveal in December 2019, the developer studio Starcaster Games has up to date its official site with a brand new 2021 launch window. Other than PC, Acquire additionally expressed an curiosity in bringing the sport to PlayStation 5.