Atlus: Project Re Fantasy Development is Wrapping Up

Project Re Fantasy Development is Wrapping Up

While we still haven’t really seen much concrete info on the game, Atlus has confirmed Project Re Fantasy development is wrapping up, finally.

Developed by new internal team Studio Zero, the news that Project Re Fantasy development is wrapping up comes via team director Katsura Hashino in Famitsu’s big end of year interview roundup.

“Until last year (2021), various series titles were released from Atlus. Now it’s time to develop a completely different new work from Atlus,” Hashino said.

He added, “The development of Project Re Fantasy, which I announced a few years ago, is now reaching its climax, despite some twists and turns, so I want to keep my eyes open and work as a team to bring it to fruition. This is also an important year for us to start working towards the future.”

Hashino teased that while his work “is a small effort,” he “would like to continue creating games that will add to the enjoyment of players’ game lives.”

When asked what new details he could share right now, the Studio Zero director said  they “can’t say anything concrete yet, but we are preparing a lot of things. Please look forward to it!”

Finally, Hashino was asked what fans should look out for in 2022.

“In recent years, there has been a lot of uncertainty in the world, but the announcements and releases of various game titles give us something to look forward to,” he said. “We will do our best to make sure that our games will also be something to look forward to. Thank you for your continued support this year!”

Atlus director Naoto Hiraoka recently teased development on Project Re Fantasy was progressing little by little, while the company has big unannounced games in the works. Not much is known about the game small updates in 2017 and 2018, and its soft reveal back in 2016. All we really know is that it’s a fantasy RPG.

We’ll keep you guys posted.

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