“Devil May Cry” and “Dragon’s Dogma” developer Hideaki Itsuno has now apologized for its lack of presence at the Electronic Entertainment Expo. The new project is to be unveiled this year.
Last week, Hideaki Itsuno has now made its mark on the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). “Devil May Cry” and “Dragon’s Dogma” had previously promised that he would announce his new game later this year, many fans had hoped to see his latest project on the E3 2017.
However, the new project of Itsuno has not yet been announced. For this circumstance, the developer apologizes to the fans via Twitter. However, he also emphasizes that the development is making good progress. The Devil May Cry 3, Devil May Cry 4, Dragon’s Dogma and Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen, had the following words for his fans: “I apologize, That I did not announce anything at E3. My project is progressing well, so look forward to the announcement. ”
It is not known yet when the announcement is to be expected and what we have to expect in the end. Will Itsuno operate an already well-known brand with a new part or does it bring something completely new?
Sorry to not announce anything at E3.
Please wait as my project is progressing smoothly.
— Hideaki Itsuno (@tomqe) June 18, 2017