Granblue Fantasy Project Re: Link has Four-Player Multiplayer, Graphics Won’t be Compromised

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The latest Dengeki PlayStation (via Ryokutya2089) has revealed some new details for Granblue Fantasy Project Re: Link.

The news comes via an interview with game director Tetsuya Fukuhara, who noted the single player has three companions that are controlled by AI. However, there’s also four-player multiplayer.

Fukuhara also noted that because non-visual parts of the game have been developed alongside the visuals, he feels it won’t be long until they see a finished product.

He also noted that since they won’t compromise on graphics, they’re stationing some of their staff at Platinum Games, who are handling the bulk of the game’s development.

Granblue Fantasy Project Re: Link is launching PlayStation 4 in Japan sometime next year. In case you missed it, you can find eight minutes of gameplay recently shown for the game, here.

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  • That’s why it isn’t on Vita.

  • /|/|ilo

    Do they really need to make that claim when the graphics aren’t exactly setting the bar higher than before though? Seems kind of weird to draw attention to themselves in this way.

  • Slartibartfast

    A Platinum game with MULTIPLAYER?!

  • Uncle Ocelot

    Yeah, there’s been a few.

  • The path to rule is only wide

    LOCAL MP PLEASE, so I can play a hunk like Percival and my gf can play as Narmaya

  • malbhet

    I hope it releases on pc in the west as well as the ps4, no one cares about xbox one, just sayin.

  • Warrior90

    Clear marketing buzzwords.