.hack Developer CyberConnect2 Will Announce its Vision for the Future in February

If you want to know what .Hack and Naruto developer CyberConnect2 is up to, you should mark February 2018 on your calendar.

on December 28, 2017 7:52 PM

CyberConnect2 has worked on many games, but probably the franchise that has been held most dear in the hearts of the fans is .hack. The return to the series with .hack//G.U. Last Recode last month was hailed with joy by many, but what the developer is planning for the future remains a mystery, for now.

The Japanese website 4Gamer talked with President Hiroshi Matsuyama, and he had an interesting tease to share. He mentioned that CyberConnect2’s vision for the future will be announced in February.

At the moment it’s unknown whether said vision will include more .hack games, possibly beyond remasters, but we can certainly hope. .hack//G.U. Last Recode was a treat.

In the meanwhile, if you’re unfamiliar with the game, you can check out our review, alongside a recent trailer.

CyberConnect2 was founded in 1996, and besides the .hack series, it has worked on many Naruto games and the JoJo franchise. The studio was also involved in the Final Fantasy VII Remake before Square Enix shifted development back in-house back in May.

 /  Executive News Editor
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