In an upcoming interview with Famitsu, Takashi Takeuchi of Type-Moon has revealed that the Tsukihime remake, Tsukihime: A Piece of Blue Glass Moon, will characteristic one very huge change. Additionally, Co-Founder of Type-Moon and author of Tsukihime and its subsequent remake, Kinoko Nasu revealed that a number of modifications have been made to mirror a contemporary setting. [Thanks, ryokutya2089!]
Kinoko Nasu said that whereas the unique launch of Tsukihime is outdated, that doesn’t make it unhealthy. However, with a purpose to enchantment to a youthful viewers they needed to make some minor modifications.. This is the rationale for a number of changes and modifications that may seem within the recreation. Regarding the most important change that may seem within the Tsukihime remake, Takashi Takeuchi had this to say:
The remake can have one very huge change. Those who’re keen on the unique could also be considerably disenchanted with this transformation. However, I’d respect it should you consider each change as one thing significant.
This interview didn’t go into element relating to the change coming to the Tsukihime remake. Additionally, Type-Moon has taken to Twitter to ask that gamers chorus from sharing spoilers relating to the Tsukihime remake. However, that is just for a restricted time frame. Users are free to share spoilers after the preliminary date has handed.
Tsukihime: A Piece of Blue Glass Moon will launch in Japan for the PlayStation four and Nintendo Switch on August 26, 2021.