Suda 51 and Swery 65 have a lot in popular, each getting Japanese video game designers renowned for obtaining an eccentric strategy to their operate (and numbers in their names). Now, it seems as although this perceived connection has grow to be a reality. The duo are coming with each other to collaborate on a so-referred to as “secret project,” which was teased on Twitter by IGN Japan.
On October 23, 2019 at 7 pm JST (or six am ET), the “Travis Monday Nightro 2” will start. It is stated that in the course of the broadcast, unique guests Goichi “Suda 51” Suda and Hidetaka “Swery 65” Suehiro will talk about the unannounced project in query, which may possibly or may possibly not take the kind of a video game collaboration in between the two creators.
IGN Japan will livestream “Travis Monday Nightro two”, and after once again there will be summarised English translation. Hear @suda_51 and unique guest @Swery65 discussing their… secret… project? Tune in on 23 October 19:00 JST to locate out! https://t.co/pkHd8kiS2r
— IGN Japan (@IGNJapan) October 22, 2019
Most lately, Suda 51’s Travis Strikes Once again: No A lot more Heroes ended a period of Nintendo Switch exclusivity to hit PlayStation four worldwide. Meanwhile, Deadly Premonition director Swery 65 is challenging at operate on The Superior Life with White Owls. In ordinarily bizarre style, it is a “daily life” part-playing game exactly where players aim to resolve a murder mystery and can turn into a cat.
What the meeting of these two inventive minds may well ultimately outcome in is anyone’s guess. With each developers functioning on games that are scheduled to launch exclusively on Nintendo Switch in No A lot more Heroes three and Deadly Premonition two: A Blessing in Disguise, nonetheless, it is doable that the finish outcome may well not be straight away PlayStation-bound. Once again, that is even assuming that the “secret project” is a video game or certainly something important at all.
We must locate out what’s in shop in the early hours of tomorrow morning, and you can tune into the IGN Japan livestream to see it all unfold in actual-time if you occur to be awake and accessible at 6 am ET. For us English speakers, there’s even summarized translation.