Stellar Blade Development Took An Extra Year Just Because Of Long Hair

Shift Up CEO Hyung-Tae Kim is discussing the possibility of a sequel to Stellar Blade even before its release

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Posted: March 29, 2024

Shift Up CEO Hyung-Tae Kim is discussing the possibility of a sequel to Stellar Blade even before its release. This sparks concerns that the game was either too spread apart or was the sequel already in consideration before the release of the first title. No matter, it seems the sequel is likely no matter how we see it.

During an interview with Famitsu, Kim responded to a question about the main character’s age, stating that this information would be revealed in the next installment. He further mentioned that the sequel’s production would depend on the success of Stellar Blade post-launch.

If I didn’t have long hair, the development time could have been shortened by one year. I was worried, but I kept trying and didn’t give up.” He Continues “not everything in Stellar Blade is directed down to the smallest detail. The water droplets were probably created by the developer’s individual craftsmanship. There are many details that reflect the staff’s thoughts.

In my opinion, the RPG game, which is full of excitement, has attracted a significant amount of interest since it was first revealed. Along with its engaging gameplay and enjoyable features, it seems to be gearing up to be a great experience. The title will release soon on the PlayStation 5 and most probably it will release on PC as well.

It is positioned to offer a user-friendly environment without microtransactions. This means that all additional features can be accessed by simply playing the game. Moreover, the combat in the game has been described as a blend of Bayonetta, Sekiro, and Nier: Automata with its unique hack and slash mechanics, as well as its overall glamour in that stead.

 

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