Konami is changing its attitude towards external resources with the release of GetsuFumaDen. This, in turn, supports the old Silent Hill rumors.
Big companies have always been somewhat picky about developing games with external studios. But KonamiWe can say that, in this selectivity, it was perhaps the finest sieving and frequent weaving company. Nevertheless, recent developments show that Konami is now changing its attitude towards outsourcing. Finally, they developed and released with an independent studio called GuruGuru. GetsuFumaDen After the game, things seem to move to a different dimension in the future.
GetsuFumaDen is becoming a turning point for Konami?
JPGames In an interview with Konami’s GetsuFumaDen: Undying Moon producer, Shin Murato was asked how the company decided to partner with GuruGuru on the project, and whether the Japanese firm plans to outsource further rebuilds of its old brands.
“We are constantly inspired by the various indie games and how they are able to innovate and become exciting games,” said Murato. “We thought GetsuFumaDen would be an interesting IP to bring back to follow this independent approach, so we decided to contact GuruGuru because we know the team well.”
“They were looking for new approaches to graphic design and they thought they would be well suited to this IP. Also having fans of the original GetsuFumaDen game on the GuruGuru team helped a lot.”
As you know, GetsuFumaDen uses Ukiyo-e, a traditional Japanese art style, for graphic design and it looks great visually. This shows that one of the criteria Konami addresses in his approach to the studio is very successfully applied in the game. Also Murato said, “In terms of other collaborations, please wait for future projects like this!” said.
Konami recently announced that it cannot be in E3 2021 due to timing issues. Nevertheless, the company has hinted at some announcements in the upcoming period, emphasizing that there are several major game projects currently in the development process. Recent rumors are reporting that Konami is working on new games for various IPs, including Silent Hill. However, no official announcement has been made on this issue yet. The company’s new Silent Hill game can get help from outside sources. You can access the details from the link below.