Update: “Chrono Bind” happens to be the name for a card game, which is part of a Final Fantasy XIII-2 DLC pack. It doesn’t have anything to do with a new Chrono series game. Thanks to Siliconera reader, Vampiric, for pointing this out!
The long awaited next entry in the Chrono series may not be Chrono Break, but instead Chrono Bind. Square Enix registered chronobind.com and chronobind.net, which sound related to the Chrono series.
Reviving the Chrono games doesn’t sound too far fetched either. Square Enix released a bunch of Chrono Trigger ports to spark interest in the franchise again and the Nintendo DS version sold at least 790,000 units. Android and iPhone releases may have introduced Chrono Trigger to new players too.
I wonder what kind of game Chrono Bind will be. A time-traveling adventure? A dimensional shifting story with a new cast of characters? Or will players bind time and mend the fragmented timeline from defeating Lavos back together?
A tip of the hat to Liam for the heads up. Thanks!