Platinum Games Is Apparently Working On A New IP That They Will Publish

Right now, people are still thrilled at the news that Platinum Games will have a new Bayonetta game out sometime in 2018. But a recent interview with Game Informer should make fans of the developer much happier as they’re working on something totally new. Below is a snippet from the interview, which we highly encourage you to check out, but essentially they’re working on a new IP that they intend to publish themselves!

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So what has Platinum been focusing on lately?
One of the things Platinum is focused on is we’re looking into creating our own IP, creating our own game. Up until now, obviously we’ve worked on original IPs for a wide variety of publishers. We’ve also worked on other Hollywood IPs for other publishers as well. But we’re becoming more and more interested in the idea of self-publishing and doing our own title.

So how would that look? What would that process look like for you guys?
Over the last year we’ve pretty much opened the company up to “Anybody can pitch a game,” and so over the last year we’ve gotten about 70 design documents from different people. And if you’re going list out the other random ideas, the scratched stuff on paper, that’s a hell of a lot more. So this year has been about us basically diluting which stuff we wanted to focus on and not focus on, and drilling down to the point where we now have two designs that we’re genuinely focused on.

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