Bravely Default developer Silicon Studio is teaming up with Lost Odyssey creator Mistwalker to make a new game.
The co-developed project will be an original game with a new setting, according to the Japanese-language announcement.
Besides that, and whatever can be gleaned from a single piece of art, there are no more details at this point. Furthermore, Silicon and Mistwalker have given no window on when we can expect a name, style of game, or release date as yet.
Gematsu notes that the art included with the announcement is from 2009. It has since been used in relation to a planned console version of Mistwalker’s mobile game Terra Battle. The site further states that Mistwalker will mostly handle the creative end of things, while using “Silicon Studio’s technological strength and long-term management power” to keep things on track.
Besides developing Lost Odyssey, Blue Dragon, and The Last Story, Mistwalker is known as the company founded by Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi. Sakaguchi may have already hinted the game earlier this year, when a new game from the Final Fantasy creator was teased in an interview with Famitsu.
We’ll be sure to keep you informed as more details about the mystery game become clear.
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