According to a new interview that went down between Shin Megami Tensei V producer Kazuyuki Yamai and another publication site reveals that said game development is officially underway.
Interested in Shin Megami Tensei? There’s good news that Shin Megami Tensei V is fully underway in regard to its development. This comes courtesy of producer Kazuyuki Yamai, who revealed the news to 4Gamer. Publication site gamestalk.net picked up the interview and highlighted the key points.
Before jumping into some of the key points listed in the interview, you can watch the older video trailer that Atlus released back in October 2017, if you haven’t seen the trailer before. You can check out the one minute and near 30 second long trailer here.
Now that you’ve seen the teaser trailer, the interview that went down between Yamai and the publication site reveals:
- Several core staff that the game started with during the beginning of its development is slowly increasing. More people continue to sign on to help development of the game, which sees Atlus rounding up a considerable amount of staff. Atlus has reached a point where it seems like a turning point where the team can say the game is actually “in the making.”
- As the first console game in a long time, Atlus wants to make a game that people can enjoy playing on their TV.
- Atlus also considers a handheld system that can provide fun through demon fusion while laying down.
- The current goal is to make a title made for both console and a handheld device.
- Atlus wants to include a lot of demons, as well as make a game tailored to the system’s hardware specs.
- Shin Megami Tensei V will have three times the amount of effort put into the demons compared to previous titles.
Shin Megami Tensei V is in development right now as we speak. A release date has not been announced yet, but the game will be available exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.