In a Q&A phase on the official Square Enix Twitter account, Live A Live Producer Takashi Tokita remarked on the opportunity of a Live A Live 2. He additionally answered questions concerning the affect of collaborating artists and if the Near Future chapter was impressed by mecha anime. He mentioned what time durations the workforce wish to discover if a sequel occurred too.
Here is Tokita’s response to being requested a few potential Live a Live sequel:
If the Steam and Playstation Editions of the game can promote one million copies, then I’d be very assured in proposing a Live A Live 2 to the corporate! So I would like all of you guys assist with that!
He additionally commented that he wish to collaborate with totally different sorts of creators from across the globe, slightly than proscribing collaborations to simply manga artists.
You can view the phase under:
How did the manga artists affect the worlds of Live A Live? Which additional period would the workforce love so as to add? Could there ever be a Live A Live II?
Producer Takashi Tokita returns to reply extra of your #LiveALiveQuestions!
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Tokita talked about he feels that he wish to see a bit set within the modern-day of 2023. He remarked that because it has been 30 years because the growth of the game, using ideas just like the web or AI may result in a enjoyable sci-fi or close to future really feel in a possible Live A Live 2.
Live A Live is available on Steam, Nintendo Switch, PS4 and PS5. A demo can also be out there.