SaGa staff tease more SaGa to come, 30th anniversary plans

"Please look forward to the SaGa series 30th anniversary that kicks off at the end of this year."

Romancing SaGa 3

4Gamer.net has published a new interview with SaGa series general director Akitoshi Kawazu and producer Masanori Ishikawa to commemorate the release of the Romancing SaGa 3 remaster on November 11, in which the pair tease more to come for the SaGa series.

Here is the excerpt:

Akitoshi Kawazu: “Since we’re expecting a shift to new game consoles soon, we’ve prioritized creating an environment where you can play previous entries, but I would like to release new entries in the future as well.”

Masanori Ishikawa: “I’d like Kawazu to continue to create new entries that offer the latest RPG experience, like Saga Scarlet Grace: Ambitions. I’d also like to create an environment that would allow you to play past titles in the series as well as collaborating with other titles, doing concerts, and adding new value to the series. Also, please look forward to the SaGa series 30th anniversary that kicks off at the end of this year.”

The Romancing SaGa 3 remaster is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PS Vita, PC, iOS, and Android worldwide on November 11.

Thanks, Games Talk.

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