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Ni no Kuni developer Level-5 working on PS4 game

11:15 AM on 04.09.2013

Kyle MacGregor

Associate Editor

Hopefully it's Dragon Quest VIII-2

What's next for the team behind Ni no Kuni? A mysterious new PlayStation 4 project, apparently. Level-5 boss Akihiro Hino confirmed as much in a recent interview with Nikkei Trendy.

Currently in the planning stages, Hino says that he might be able to announce something more specific about the upcoming title soon.

スマホでも大ヒットを狙う! レベルファイブが取り組む“変革期”の新作開発  [Nikkei Trendy via Gematsu]

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