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Fairy Tail Producer Would Like a PS5 Version, Discusses Potential PlayStation 5 Support Plans

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Fairy Tail Producer Would Like a PS5 Version, Discusses Potential PlayStation 5 Support Plans

Koei Tecmo and Gust are about to launch Fairy Tail for PS4, Switch, and PC. With next-gen approaching, some wonder whether the game could also come to PS5.

Koei Tecmo and its studio Gust are about to launch their Fairy Tail JRPG for PS4, Switch, and PC. Yet, with the next-generation approaching, some are asking whether the game could also come to PS5.

To know more, we asked producer Keisuke Kikuichi whether he’s interested in releasing the game for PS5.

Interestingly, Kikuchi-san appears to be interested in a next-gen version, if there is enough demand for it.

“Personally, I am very interested in next generation consoles, so if we receive a lot of requests, I’d definitely like to make that happen.”

We also asked Kikuchi-san whether the developer plans to stick to cross-generation releases for a while before leaving the PS4 behind.

Kikuchi-san mentioned that the studio is still considering which games will be playable on next-gen consoles but be believes development plans will have to be changed to include PS5 versions.

“While we are still considering which titles will be playable on next generation consoles, I think we will have to change our development plans moving forward so that they include the PS5 as well.”

Incidentally, Gust is also known, among others, for the Atelier series.

Of course, you’ll be able to read the full interview soon.

If you want to see more of Fairy Tail, you can enjoy the latest trailer, the previous one, a recent batch of screenshots, the latest gameplay from a recent event, another trailer and screenshotsmore gameplay from a Japanese livestream, another promotional video, the previous traileranother recent railerscreenshots showing plenty of playable characters, and a TV commercial.

You can then enjoy the original announcement trailergameplay footage from Tokyo Game Show, another gallery of screenshots, the previous batch introducing Juvia and Gajeel, and one focusing on Mirajane, Laxus, and Jellal.

Fairy Tail is slated to release for PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC, and it’s coming on July 30 for Europe and July 31 for North America.

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