It might not even have launched in the westward yet, but Keiji Inafune is already talking to Sony about the possibility of a Soul Sacrifice 2, among other titles. Soul Sacrifice sold surprisingly well, shifting 150,000 units in Japan. With the demo available on the PlayStation Store, it’s pretty easy to see why. Infaune discussed some of his future plans during an interview with IGN.
“I’m interested in making other console games for PlayStation, not just for the Vita, Soul Sacrifice is something I specifically designed for Vita using [the] hardware’s specific features. To drive Vita sales even more, I have an idea for a Soul Sacrifice sequel. I’m actually approaching [Sony Computer Entertainment] regarding this project.”“Let’s say the talks are ongoing and I’d love to make it happen.”
After getting my hands on the game, I’ve got to admit that I’m looking forward to the release of Soul Sacrifice and there’s not long to wait now with the game launching on April 30th in the States and a day later in Europe.