Undying Moon

Konami won’t go to E3 this year because of timing, dealing with “key projects”

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Konami made a declaration on their authority Twitter account that has disillusioned large numbers of its fans anticipating its E3 2021 appearance. The organization uncovered that it won’t indeed be in participation, and expressed that the explanation is because of timing issues. Konami likewise expressed that it is “in deep development on a number of key projects,” so fans ought to anticipate “updates in the coming months.”

Konami completed the articulation by guaranteeing that it regards the ESA (Entertainment Software Association, the coordinators behind E3) and wishes accomplishment to both the occasion and to the individuals who partake this year. No other data has been uncovered right now concerning these projects, yet it’ll be fascinating to perceive what titles the organization might be cooking. This is particularly thinking about that they own numerous adored IPs like Castlevania, Bomberman, Metal Gear, Pro Evolution Soccer, Suikoden, Silent Hill, and then some.

Anything is by all accounts conceivable, as back in April, Konami uncovered another GetsuFumaDen: Undying Moon game during Nintendo’s Indie World show. GetsuFumaDen is one of the organization’s most established IPs and has been restrictive to Japan since its underlying release in 1987. GetsuFumaDen: Undying Moon will be coming to Nintendo Switch in 2022 and has additionally been affirmed to be coming to early access on PC on May 13 through Steam.

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