Rei-Jin-G-Lu-P staff developing new adventure game due out summer or fall 2018 in Japan

Plus some other tidbits about Kemco.

Rei-Jin-G-Lu-P

Kemco’s Rei-Jin-G-Lu-P staff is working on new adventure game supervised by Shuhei Nobuki that is due out in Japan as a physical release in summer or fall 2018, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals.

According to the magazine, Rei-Jin-G-Lu-P, which is currently available digitally for PlayStation 4, PS Vita, Switch, PC, iOS, and Android in Japan, has been played by about 30,000 people. A PlayStation 4 physical edition is due out in Japan on January 25, 2018.

In addition to the new adventure game, the magazine reveals that Kemco would like to release physical editions of its RPGs. The company develops and publishes several mobile RPGs that have been making their way to PlayStation and Nintendo platforms.

Kemco said that it is always developing games under the assumption of multiplatform deployment, and will continue to make offline games even when online is at its prime. It also said that having micro-transactions just because a game is online is not its way of doing business.

Thanks, Ryokutya2089.

(Pictured: Rei-Jin-G-Lu-P.)

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