PlatinumGames needs to get back to Scalebound, the winged serpent filled Xbox selective it dropped in 2017 – and has engaged Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer to start those conversations.
Addressing IGN Japan, Platinum president Atsushi Inaba clarified that Scalebound maker Hideki Kamiya, “has been looking at needing to chip away at Scalebound again for some time.”
PlatinumGames supervisors Atsushi Inaba and Hideki Kamiya haven’t abandoned dropped multiplayer activity RPG Scalebound. As studio head, Inaba told IGN Japan,
“We truly couldn’t imagine anything better than to chip away at Scalebound once more. I might want to examine it with Microsoft appropriately.”
With VP Kamiya adding,
“It appears to be inconsequential for Microsoft to simply clutch that and do nothing with it. Phil! Phil! We should do it together!”
Microsoft dropped Scalebound in 2017 after PlatinumGames had been dealing with it starting around 2013. The two sides of the coordinated effort have since conceded shortcoming, with Inaba referring to his own group’s naiveté in creating internet games. However, Inaba has consistently kept up with that PlatinumGames would get back to the undertaking whenever allowed the opportunity, despite the fact that Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer has portrayed Scalebound as “something we’ve all moved past” and has demanded that it is most certainly presently not in progress.
These latest requests come closely following a Tweet in which Kamiya posted a photograph taken at PlatinumGames workplaces. The photograph is of one of the numerous bundles of roses which are all named with the names of different PlatinumGames colleagues. With a photograph of Phil Spencer’s bouquet, Kamiya tweeted, “Thanx, Phil ! We should cooperate again ;)”
Thanx, Phil ! Let’s work together again 😉 pic.twitter.com/L2bKsDBPsa
— 神谷英樹 Hideki Kamiya (@PG_kamiya) February 4, 2022