Koei Tecmo Announcements at TGS 2020 Will include At Least Two Shin Sangoku Musou Games
Koei Tecmo, Gust and Omega Force have big plans in mind for Tokyo Game Show 2020. Mark the dates September 26 and 27 on your calendars.
The full schedule for Tokyo Game Show 2020 Online is out, and Koei Tecmo announced two new Shin Sangoku Musou / Dynasty Warriors games will be revealed at one of its stage event on September 27. The event will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of the series. Gust will also be making an appearance at another stage event on September 26, with new details on Atelier Ryza 2. Moreover, Gust is also teasing another game.
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Gust, Omega Force, and Koei Tecmo have as such major plans for Tokyo Game Show 2020.
The Gust stage event (YouTube link) will be on September 26 at 2100 JST (time conversion table). The first part of the stream will include a new trailer for Atelier Ryza 2 and live gameplay. The second part of the stream will feature a new, unannounced game.
The Shin Sangoku Musou 20th anniversary stage event, with two new games getting announced, will be held on September 27, at 1500 JST (click here for a time conversion table). The stream’s YouTube page is accessible here. Koei Tecmo already teased a Dynasty Warriors 2020 project earlier this year.
Koei Tecmo Producer Keisuke Kikuchi mentioned in November 2019 two more games at Gust were in development besides Atelier Ryza 2 and Fairy Tail. We might be seeing something like Blue Reflection 2 or Nights of Azure 3 getting announced at TGS 2020. It’s likely we’ll learn more about the Surge Concerto DX collection at TGS 2020 too.
Atelier Ryza 2 will be available in Japan on December 3 and most probably on January 2021 in the west. It’s coming to PS4, PC, and Switch. You can read more on the game with our latest coverage here, and here. Grab it on Amazon to support DualShockers.
DualShockers will be fully covering Tokyo Game Show 2020 Online, with translations of the stage events, so be sure to check the site from September 23 to 27. We’ll be soon publishing a feature too with the biggest events to keep an eye on.
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