But nothing’s been finalized as of yet.
Taking the HD-2D art style of Octopath Traveler and merging it with turn-based tactics and choice-driven gameplay, Project Triangle Strategy (as it’s being called right now) is looking like a particularly interesting prospect. The game’s recent demo was met with solid responses all around, and there’s plenty of questions about how the final project’s going to turn out. During a recent interview at Game Live Japan (translated by Nintendo Everything), producer Tomoya Asano revealed plenty of new details, while also speaking about how long it’s going to be.
Asano reiterated that Project Triangle Strategy will have multiple endings, and that currently, the development team is aiming for a runtime of about 50 hours, as they generally tend to with most of their projects. He did add, however, that that’s up in the air, and things could change.
“We are planning for the game to have multiple endings,” Asano said. “As for the game time, that’s still up in the air… we always aim for around the 50-hour mark, but it never seems to turn out that way.”
When asked about when we can expect to hear more about the game, Asano’s response was pretty vague, simply saying that hopefully, it’ll be “before it gets cold.”
Project Triangle Strategy is due out for the Switch some time in 2022. The game’s demo is currently available on the Switch eShop.