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.Hack Developers Want to Continue The Series; it’s CyberConnect2’s “Absolute Lifework”


.Hack Developers Want to Continue The Series; it’s CyberConnect2’s “Absolute Lifework”

Today CyberConnect2 released a video with President Hiroshi Matsuyama who talked about the .hack series; specifically about the possibility of continuing it.

Today CyberConnect2 released another video starring President Hiroshi Matsuyama who talked more about the .hack series.

At the beginning of the video, Matsuyama-san mentions that there is no plan to release any DLC for .hack//G.U. Last Recode, which isn’t really surprising.

He also talks about the Englisg version of the .hack manga and light novels. 

Then he moves to the juicy part, answering the question on whether CyberConnect2 would want to to continue the franchise.

The answer is absolutely positive, with Matsuyama-san mentioning that the folks at the studio have “every motivation” to continue the series, since it’s their “absolute lifework.”

He adds that the timing will depend on a lot of things, but the desire to make it happen is definitely there.

You can check out the video below. I don’t know about you, but I would absolutely adore to see more .hack games. 

f you want to hear more from Matsuyama-san, you can also listen to what he said about the possibility of remastering the original .hack//Infection, .hack//Mutation, .hack//Outbreak, and .hack//Quarantine for PS3, and about creating a .hack MMORPG.

In an earlier video, he also commented about the chance of seeing a Bleach game made by CyberConnect 2. If you’re wondering, they have no plans for that.

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