The great Katsuhiro Harada had a bad luck in this E3 2019. Shortly before the start of this important meeting with fans, the projects in production of Bandai Namco appeared filtered in different forums and social networks, preventing the developer from surprise the fans with the average effect that they would have liked. One of the affected titles was Elden Ring, the new From Software game that unites the talents of George R.R. Martin and Hidetaka Miyazaki.
Miayazaki starred with Harada to Twitter message chain in which the new video game development leader at Bandai Namco treats this ruined surprise with good humor. As Harada points out, the Microsoft conference served as the setting for the presentation of two other major releases of the company, but without surprises: Tales of Arise and Dragon Ball Kakarot.
Tales of Arise will be an action RPG developed with the Unreal Engine 4 graphics engine, which will reach players in 2020, while Dragon Ball Kakarot is confirmed as the mysterious and desired Dragon Ball Game Project Z.
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Hidetaka Miyazaki: “Hi Harada-san”
Harada: “Hi! There was no leak!! Let's keep working hard together!”
Hidetaka Miyazaki: “XxxxjsjeuwhxGajwj!!!”
— Katsuhiro Harada (@Harada_TEKKEN) June 9, 2019