If a few months ago his promotion as head of eSports was confirmed, now the father of the Tekken saga has announced that he will also be general producer of Bandai Namco, thus becoming the maximum responsible for the development of videogames in the Japanese company
The veteran Katsuhiro Harada has highlighted in social networks that from now on he will be in charge of the development of original videogames in Bandai Namco, leading the expansion strategy of the Japanese company leading large franchises such as Tekken, Ace Combat, Tales of, Dark Souls or Soul Calibur. The Japanese makes it clear that he will also continue to lead the Bandai Namco eSports strategy.
Given that he will have greater responsibilities, Harada will no longer be the main responsible for the Tekken series, with Michael Murray as his successor in charge. This creative has been linked to the franchise since Tekken 4, gaining weight in the series over the years. With just a few weeks until the start of E3 2019, Bandai Namco is expected to announce new productions in the coming dates.
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