Atlus’ New Fantasy RPG Project Re FANTASY Gets New Trailer; Shows Artwork and Reveals Concept

Atlus' new Studio Zero re-introduces Project Re FANTASY with a brand new trailer, showcasing a lot of artwork and giving hints on the concept of the game.

on December 22, 2017 7:29 AM

Today, during a livestream on Nico Nico, Atlus and Studio Zero introduced a new concept trailer of the upcoming fantasy game aptly codenamed Project Re Fantasy

The trailer is actually subtitled in English, showcases quite a few pieces of artwork created for the game, alongside brief segment in live action showcasing characters associated with classic fantasy RPG classes. Those are listed alongside each character’s nature and aspiration.

The narration gives us an overview of the concept (and possibly the story and setting) behind the game. It’s definitely high-level and not too detailed, but it’s massively interesting.

Of course, don’t expect any gameplay, because there is none. You can watch it below. Yesterday we also got a few more comments from Director Katsura Hashino himself.

If you’re curious about Project Re FANTASY, you can also check out the funny message by NieR: Automata Director Yoko Taro about it, read the messages from Studio Zero’s own developerswatch the first teaser trailer, which also doesn’t include any gameplay or even CG, but it was used to set the mood.

At the moment we have no further information on Project Re Fantasy. We don’t know a release date, and platforms have not been announced, even if Hashino-san himself heavily hinted that it could be on consoles.

 /  Executive News Editor
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