While the world sits tight for another Castlevania or Silent Hill, Konami has different plans. Today it declared GetsuFumaDen: Undying Moon, a 2D Metroidvania roguelite with a Ukiyo-e roused craftsmanship style. It's a recovery of a 1987 NES platformer that was never delivered outside of Japan, and it's not actually the main arrangement you'd anticipate that a publisher should return to.
However, Konami does what it needs, evidently, and this recently reported platformer really looks truly cool: in the event that you take the workmanship style of Okami (likewise enlivened by Ukiyo-e) and squash it into a pot with Bloodstained and Dead Cells, that is fundamentally what GetsuFumaDen resembles.
"Ryukotsuki has returned following 1,000 years, fixing the seal upon damnation and delivering beasts and underhanded spirits who compromise the apocalypse," peruses Konami's snippet. "The Getsu group has overseen the hidden world since the time the main Fuma crushed Ryukotsuki. Presently, their courageous 27th pioneer should slip into that abhorrent chasm to uncover the evil behind this disturbance."
The game will formally dispatch in 2022, yet in case you're particularly enthusiastic it'll dispatch into Early Access on May 13. "All through this period, we need to use client criticism and encourage a functioning conversation to build the nature of the game," maker Shin Murato said. "We will work intimately with our local area to help rejuvenate this game through content audit, bug fixes, and adjusting."