Hironobu Sakaguchi’s Mistwalker Teases New Game With Two Music Tracks and Art

Hironobu Sakaguchi's own studio Mistwalker is teasing a new game by giving a glimpse on its score and artwork.

on June 12, 2017 2:11 PM

Final Fantasy Creator Hironobu Sakaguchi has something up his sleeve with his studio Mistwalker Corporation, as today they released two videos on the company’s YouTube’s channel.

The vidoes include two epic music tracks, which are labeled “main theme” and “BGM1.” On top of that, we also get to see some art sketches that appear to give a glimpse on the possible cast of the game.

Mistwalker’s latest title, Terra Battle, is a really spiffy mobile JRPG that the studio promised to bring to console in some form (apparently a MMORPG or something of that sort, even if details are scarce).

At the moment we don’t know the nature of this new game. It could be a sequel to Terra Battle, its console version, or something completely different.

The last time we heard about the console version was back in 2016, when Sakaguchi-san himself said that work was in progress even if the “road is steep.” A while ago, a partnership for a game was also announced between Mistwalker and Bravely Default developer Silicon Studio.

Hironobu Sakaguchi will be at Anime Expo in Los Angeles at the beginning of July, so if the announcement doesn’t come by the end of E3, we might get to know something more then.

In the meanwhile, you can check out the videos below. If you’re interested in Terra Battle, you can check out some new character artwork, and the recent Final Fantasy XV event.


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