Bandai Namco are currently developing God Eater: Resurrection, an enhanced remake of God Eater Burst for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, for the series’ fifth anniversary, but a couple key developers revealed in this week’s issue of Dengeki PlayStation that they’d like to do something more to surprise fans. [Thanks, Hachima]
Dengeki asks the developers if they could share more on God Eater: Resurrection.
“In terms of the action system, we’re designing it based on the latest title God Eater 2: Rage Burst, but since we want to put in the good parts that we had in God Eater Burst, we’ll be reviving a certain action,” reveals director Hiro Yoshimura.
“However, for those who started with God Eater 2, and I also believe that there are some people that like the action of its current state, so we’ll have an option that will allow you to choose between them,” he clarifies.
Next, Dengeki asks them to share any ambitions or challenges they have in mind for the God Eater series.
“We’re developing God Eater: Resurrection as a commemorative title for the series’ fifth anniversary; and not only that, but we’re also thinking of something that will further surprise fans as we go forward,” says Yoshimura. “I can’t say much about it, but I hope that we can surprise fans sometime during the fifth anniversary.”
“We’re definitely thinking about what’s next,” adds producer Yosuke Tomizawa. “So I hope you all enjoy the game and anime, and look forward to what’s next.”
God Eater: Resurrection will release in Japan on October 29, 2015 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. You can check out our earlier report to get a look at the game’s first trailer.