A trailer for Fallout 4 is coming. The successor to Castlevania called Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night launches a kickstarter, and Konami takes down a YouTube video speaking about the Kojima split up.
It looks like a group of stories related to Konami has appeared. An employee from Guillermo Del Toro’s production house has put on their Linkedin that they are currently working on the official launch trailer for Fallout 4. Since this was a bit of a leak, the employee took it down but not before people saw it. The employee does have a track record of working on other video game related trailers so this is a very strong – if not all but confirmed – that we should get our first look at Fallout 4 very soon. Most likely this upcoming E3 conference.
In other news, it looks like Koji Igarashi, designer of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, launched a kickstarter today promoting the successor to Castlevania called “Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night,” today. He recently left Konami after a few years off the Castlevania projects, and wants to bring this series back with a new name. Right now, it is just concept art, and a really funny trailer of Igarashi doing his best to act like Dracula; but, this looks like a very true to form “metroid-vania” type game that he is known for.
Last, but not least, it looks like Konami took down a video from YouTuber “Superbunnyhop” that may have revealed some of the reasons why Kojima – from Metal Gear fame – is leaving Konami, and now Konami used YouTube to take down the video. Luckily, someone created a mirror account, and re-uploaded the video for all to see. I’ll link the video, and the Bloodstained Kickstarter below.
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