Square Enix’s Visual Works seeking creators of “new entertainment content” for futuristic character design

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Visual Works Character Prototype

Square Enix’s Visual Works studio has published a new, futuristic “character prototype trailer” for which it is seeking creators of “new entertainment content” based on the character design.

The character prototype website reads:

  • Contact us if you are interested in creating “New Entertainment Content” using this character design.
  • We are looking forward to contact from creators, studios, and production companies worldwide.
  • There are no restrictions on content format. Games, cinematics, merchandising – anything is acceptable.
  • There is no need to adopt the story or feel of the Prototype movie. The user is free to to create any character story and background.

*This is not a promotional contest nor a recruitment for Square Enix or Visual Works staff.
*The purpose of this project is to foster the creation of new content based on this character design and solely for commercial use.
*Square Enix Co., Ltd. (“we” or “our” hereinafter) owns all rights of this movie and this character design. In order to exploit our copyrighted materials, you need to obtain our approval.

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