Utawarerumono 3 scenario already in production

Plus, Aquaplus Festival planned for late November.

Utawarerumono

After Utawarerumono: False Mask, which is coming to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita in Japan this September, another Utawarerumono will follow, according to producer Naoya Shimokawa.

Speaking in this week’s Famitsu, Shimokawa said Utawarerurmono was conceived as a three-part project.

“Four years ago, we announced [the sequel] with the provisional and straightforward title Utawarerumono 2 (now Utawarerumono: False Mask),” Shimokawa said, “but since this is one act in a big Three Kingdoms-like historical tale, I didn’t feel comfortable titling the sequels 2 and 3. So, to break history into fragments, we decided to use subtitles.”

Shimokawa added that the scenario team is already finished working on Utawarerumono: False Mask and are beginning the scenario for the third game.

“One and a half to two years after the second game is released, we’ll certainly release the third game,” Shimokawa said.

Also in this week’s magazine, Aquaplus confirmed it will hold its very own “Big Aquaplus Festival” on November 28 and 29, featuring various Aquaplus-related artists and voice actors, and surely a look at the company’s upcoming games.

Thanks, Hachima Kikou (2).

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