Compile Heart president teases announcement of “final entry” in “popular numbered series” in March 28-due issue of Dengeki PlayStation [Update 2]

The final entry in the Neptunia series?

Compile Heart

Original 03/24/20 at 11:13 p.m.: Compile Heart has published a video message from company president Norihisa Kochiwa teasing the “final entry” in the company’s “popular numbered series” in the March 28-due issue of Dengeki PlayStation—likely referring to the Neptunia series.

Standing in front of a wall of blurred out Neptunia series posters, Kochiwa says:

This is an announcement regarding “the final entry in our popular numbered series.”

We recently reported this on the Compile Heart Twitter account, but our new title will be announced in the March 28-due issue of Dengeki PlayStation, which will end its regular publication.

I thought, “Why not reach our finales together?” and took the leap to make this the “final entry.”

A page of our history will conclude alongside the March 28-released issue of Dengeki PlayStation. (Dengeki Online, Dengeki PlayStation Live, etc. will continue.)

I hope everyone will buy the issue and please support us until the end of the venture.

I thought just publishing the news in the magazine first was too small, so I’ve taken this opportunity.

Thank you very much.

The video message ends with the letter “F” appearing on-screen, followed by the text, “Please pick up the March 28-due issue of Dengeki PlayStation, which will end its regular publication.”

Compile Heart

Watch the video message below.

Update 03/26/20 at 12:45 a.m.: According the cover of the latest issue of Dengeki PlayStation (via @aibo_ac7), the “final entry” teased by Compile Heart is Mary Skelter Finale. The magazine also has the reveal of a game called Yoru, Tomosu (Night, Alight), which was trademarked by Nippon Ichi Software.

Dengeki PlayStation

Update 03/26/20 at 3:00 a.m.: Mary Skelter Finale has been announced for PlayStation 4 and Switch. Read more here.

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