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NIS America Press Event Promises New Announcements Next Month

NIS America announces a livestreamed press event that will be hosted on February 9th and promises new announcements for you to enjoy.

January 4, 2018

Today NIS America sent a press release announcing that it will host a press event next month in San Francisco, California.

The publisher confirmed to DualShockers that the event will be livestreamed, so you’ll be able to enjoy it as well, without waiting for us to relay the news (even if you can be sure that we will, as usual).

Details on the livestream are still pending, but the event will happen on February 9th. As for the content, the press release teases “new announcements” and “very special guests,” so there is probably going to be a lot of meat on the menu.

At the moment there is no information on the games that will be presented, but whether you’re able to watch the livestream or not, we’ll have all the relevant info here on DualShockers.

A game that will probably be at the event (even if this is personal speculation) is The Lost Child by El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron creator Takeyasu Sawaki, which NIS America announced back in September for PS4 and PS Vita, and that will be released in both North America and Europe this year.

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