Square Enix Confirms The Next Mana Game For Console Is Now In Development
Earlier today Square Enix held a 30th anniversary live for the Where would be. During the broadcast, fans discovered that a new game was in operation.
As much as producer Masaru Oyamada wanted to share a “cool” video ad, nothing is ready to be shown even now. The most he was willing to reveal is that this game is in preparation for a “console” version and that the creator of the series (who also happens to be the current CEO of Grezzo) has already seen it.
Fans were also reminded that the 30th anniversary of the Mana series has just been launched and reassured that a more official announcement was underway. Keep in mind though, it might take a while before this new entry is actually released. Here is the complete translation, courtesy of RPG Site:
It would have been nice if we could make a nice video announcement with one shot, but the 30th anniversary has just begun. To be honest, we’re developing it. We are working on it, but please wait a little longer for the announcement. In fact, Mr. Ishii [Mana series creator, current CEO of Grezzo] he looked at her the other day. It’s been so far since we arrived, so I hope you’ve been waiting for it. We still have a long way to go in development … We are preparing to release it on consoles, and we would be happy to wait for you.
The latest version of Mana – Legend of Mana – arrived on consoles earlier this week. In ours Change the magazine, we said it was the best way to play the 21-year-old title. What do you want to see from the Mana series? Have you tried Legend of Mana on the Switch? Comment below.