Hideaki Itsuno, who we have to thank for a variety of video games like Dragon’s Dogma, Devil May Cry, and Rival Schools, has once again disappointed fans by not having any sort of information about his upcoming project during Tokyo Game Show 2017. So we still have no idea what it is.
The game that Itsuno is working on could be any number of titles, whether it’s a new IP or a return from something that got a lot of fans. Whether it’s a new Devil May Cry game (especially if it’s a return to the old Devil May Cry and not the controversial “new” Dante that came with DMC: Devil May Cry) or a second Dragon’s Dogma game or even something new, a lot of fans of his are eagerly awaiting any information.
Originally, Itsuno was apparently going to announce what he was working on at E3 2017. Since that event has gone by months ago and nothing new from Hideaki Itsuno came from it, many people looked ahead to Gamescom or the Tokyo Game Show…only to again be disappointed. While there are likely plenty of rumors going around about what he’s working on, we still have no idea.
All Itsuno has had to say about his new project is that development is progressing smoothly, and that he’s asking us to be patient until he can actually announce it. In the meantime, all we can do is just speculate and wait until he actually decides to announce his project.
Whatever Hideaki Itsuno is actually working on, hopefully it will be just as good as Rival Schools, Devil May Cry, and Dragon’s Dogma, whether it’s a sequel to one of those games or something entirely original. He might even announce it at the Playstation Experience this year when it comes around in September, but there are no guarantees.