Square Enix Is Developing Action Game With The Designer of Devil May Cry 5
It is a fact that major developers are already preparing games for the next generation, but most of the information about them is still a secret. Recently, details emerged about one of the upcoming projects of Square Enix, a studio seeking new experienced staff for an AAA action game. The big surprise is that it was revealed that a top Capcom creator, who worked on Devil May Cry 5, will be collaborating with Square Enix.
In addition, thanks to a job vacancy, it became clear that this unannounced title of Square Enix will be of the action genre. However, no specific details about the title were released at this time.
According to the details, Square Enix will work with Ryota Suzuki, who was a designer on several installments of Dragon’s Dogma, such as Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen. He was also a designer of Devil May Cry 5 and collaborated on the programming of Monster Hunter: World.
Suzuki joined Square Enix in 2019 and is currently working on the new action AAA. The creative will be the person in charge of everything related to the battles of this unannounced game. During a recent interview, Suzuki acknowledged that Square Enix is known for its RPGs and its command battle systems. The creative emphasized that, little by little, the company has added action elements to its latest games.
Unfortunately, there are no further details on the game being prepared by the company along with the creative. For now, we know that Susuki joined the division led by Naoki Yoshida, in charge of Final Fantasy XIV.
Last year it was confirmed that Yoshida is already preparing a project for next-generation consoles. Recent rumors pointed out that it was Final Fantasy XVI, but the creative recently denied the information.