Yoko Taro and Yosuke Saito work together on two games

In what probably feels like a dream team to many gamers, Yoko Taro and Yosuke Saito confirm that they are cooperating. The Kidney series creator and the Square Enix Producer made the unveiling during a video of the end of the year presented by both V-Spring and Famitsu. A portion of the conversation was translated by Games Talk, which we’ll provide you with a snippet below.

Credit: Square Enix
Credit: Square Enix

According to Mr. Yosuke Saito, Yoko Taro suggested about a year ago that he would like to make a game like this, but Mr. Saito feels a strong refusal that he never wants to do this. I refused it because it was. However, Yokowo’s feelings are strong, and he will try to persuade Mr. To persuade Saito with a three-hour controversy and a one-hour presentation. It does not seem to be easy, but as a result, Mr. Saito, who was pushed by Yokowo’s enthusiasm, accepted the offer and decided to make the game. But even after a year, Mr. Saito expressed his reluctance to think, “If I can stop, I will stop.”

In addition to the game that Mr. Saito unpleasant work, another new work is being prepared that Mr. Saito and mr. Yokowo make after they have convinced each other, and this will be released first. … apparently …

In addition, there is no word on what the two games will be. There is not even a confirmation that Square Enix is ​​the destination to which they will eventually be published. Whatever they are working on, if it’s two games at the same time, we’ve advised that we’ll probably not see or know much about one until 2022. It may take a while, but given the two men involved, it might be worthwhile to see what they can think of together.

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