Spike Chunsoft Teases New, Unannounced Game Projects

Spike Chunsoft Teases New, Unannounced Game Projects

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In the special New Year’s 2022 column in Famitsu, Spike Chunsoft teased several unannounced games. However, further information regarding these projects has yet to be revealed. That said, more information should appear sometime in 2022. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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Spike Chunsoft also mentioned that 2022 will be a busy year for the company with games. This is due to the release of Dying Light 2 Stay Human (which it is handling in Japan), Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness, and AI: The Somnium Files nirvanA Initiative, which are scheduled to release in 2022. More details regarding the unannounced projects Spike Chunsoft has in store will appear at a later date.

In November 2021, Spike Chunsoft shared screenshots of  Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness. These included a look at character creation, which feature hairstyle and face selection.

AI: The Somnium Files nirvanA Initiative was announced in June 2021. The project was teased shortly before it was officially announced. The title will star Mizuki Okiura. While certain aspects of the story still remain a mystery, the official website reveals a few core details. Specifically, when the game takes place within the timeline of the world. The game is scheduled to release sometime in Spring 2022. An exact date of release has yet to be revealed.


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