Spike Chunsoft Teases Large Scale Title in Development; Not Yet Announced

Spike Chunsoft has teased that a large-scale announcement is in the works soon via a comment submitted to Famitsu for the start of 2023. No specifics were stated, but we’ll be sure to keep you informed.

You can view a translation of this passage via our team’s Ryuji:

“Happy New Year! Last year, we released various titles such as AI the Somnium Files – Nirvana Initiative and Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness. We thank you very much for the many people who played our games.

Now, as we welcome the year 2023, our most anticipated title is Master Detective Archives: RAIN CODE releasing on the Nintendo Switch. The creators of Danganronpa spent more than five years developing this dark fantasy mystery action game.

Furthermore, look out for popular titles coming to new platforms, such as The Witcher 3 on PlayStation 5 and ARK: Survival Evolved on Nintendo Switch! These titles are sure to be a fresh new experience for newcomers and experienced gamers alike!

Lastly, we are also preparing a “large-scale” title that has not yet been announced. Spike Chunsoft will be running at a hare’s pace in 2023, so we hope you continue to support us in our endeavors.”

Master Detective Archives: Rain Code has players control an amnesiac detective who is followed by a Shinigami and solve cases by examining crime scenes and evidence. The Shinigami will create a realm connecting the crime scene to the truth. Mystery Phantoms will try to impede your progress, and defeating them by utilizing the truth is the only way to go.

The gameplay comprises exploration throughout the Kanai Ward, which is entirely 3D. Players will have to examine several crime scenes and other locations alongside interviewing involved parties. Hidden clues are emphasized as being hidden via specific camera angles. View our previous coverage. The game will launch for Switch in Spring 2023.

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