Suikoden creator Yoshitaka Murayama has stated that though he’s specializing in the upcoming Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes, he can be open to engaged on a new Suikoden recreation ought to the chance current itself. The IP is presently owned by Konami, and hasn’t seen a new launch since 2012’s PlayStation Portable title, Genso Suikoden: Tsumugareshi Hyakunen no Toki.

Speaking to Nintendo Everything, Murayama stated:

Suikoden was a recreation I used to be very lucky to work on. I’ll at all times love that sequence nevertheless it’s not likely one thing that I personal or management whereas Eiyuden can 100 % be my factor. That being stated, I’d OF COURSE be more than pleased to work on one other Suikoden recreation if the possibility offered itself sooner or later. However, for now, I need to pour my focus into Eiyuden Chronicle as the following chapter in my life.

Suikoden spin-off Eiyuden Chronicle ran a profitable Kickstarter marketing campaign final 12 months, elevating over $4.5 million. It’s presently focusing on a launch window of October 2022. An official overview is as follows:

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes is an ode to the basic Japanese RPG style from the PlayStation period that may characteristic basic Japanese RPG exploration and battles in high-resolution 2.5D graphics, pixel-based characters, a story of battle and friendship, a various forged of 100 distinctive heroes to be part of the protagonist’s endeavor, and a fortress constructing system to develop their military.

The recreation will characteristic a guild system that enables gamers to change their fortress attributes primarily based on the guild they be part of. Battles shall be turn-based with events of up to six members and have dynamic boss battles that change digicam angle and rotate relying on the surroundings.

Eiyuden Chronicle will launch on last-gen and current-gen platforms.

[Source: Nintendo Everything]