When Danganronpa’s 10th anniversary came and went, many fans wondered about the memories and the announcement didn’t take place.
It was more than a decade ago that fans of Monokuma the murderous bear arrived for the first time at the Academy of the Pinnacle of Hope. When the first Danganronpa was released in 2010, a curious crowd would soon be unable to get into the maximum storage game. Danganronpa the game uses live novels and a dating mechanism based on an optimal high school, looking for teenagers who gather Monokuma to kill their classmates in experimental form. When one student is harmed, others will have a short amount of time to look for their credentials before they are called to trial. The entire class development team is guilty and that person will be handled by Monokuma before everyone else.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, developer Spike Chunsoft released a video on the year of failure. The video introduces a short summary of the games before turning into Monokuma’s front with the saying “Come on!” and a current quote. “There’s so much fun for you to enjoy …” Kazutaka Kodaka appeared, explaining that he was the creator of the Danganronpa universe. There are plenty of surprises in store for the 10th anniversary in 2020, he promised. However, at the end of 2020, many fans were curious why there would not be a bigger hurdle as promised. As it turns out, fans may have something to look forward to in 2021.
In the video, Kodaka informed the audience how he was and will continue to rely on his international fans. After showing his appreciation, he announced the Danganronpa franchise’s portals to mobile devices and invited his audience to install the game on strangers’ phones to help promote the game. play. Most important, however, is what he says next. “There is still a lot more to come for Danganronpa’s 10th anniversary!” The 10-year celebration comes and goes, and what the best fans get are some new merchandise. Many fans were curious and asked if there were more in store.
In a recent interview with Japanese video game magazine Famitsu, Spike Chunsoft explained that many plans for its 10th anniversary have not come true. This makes sense, as Covid-19 suspended many plans by 2020, especially in the video game industry. The publisher goes on to say that many of their 2020 plans will spill over to the 11th anniversary, and all fans should expect announcements regarding those plans. This came as a surprise, as many assumed the series would be made after Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony’s release.
What’s Next For Danganronpa?
Recently, creator Kazutaka Kodaka is said to have been more open about creating another Danganronpa game, more than what he has done since Danganronpa V3’s release. With the move to mobile, it’s clear that the series’ hit sequel hasn’t died in a decade since the original was released.
While there is no solid proof, fans on the social network pointed to job vacancies as evidence for another game that could emerge in the next few years. On April 9, 2020, Spike Chunsoft announced to Famitsu that they would be releasing a lot of new information about “games, merchandise, connections, monthly anniversaries, etc.” While the mobile announcement was announced early last year, many of these promises have not come to light. It is likely that players will continue to hear information about Danganronpa’s legacy and future as he enters 2021.
Needless to say, all is speculation, of course. There is a segment of fans that claim that Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony put a sturdy hat on at the end of the original trilogy. That baseline made it clear that another entry would only complicate the fact that Kodaka foresaw the end of the series. That’s not to say that fans will pay attention to the extras, like the sequel to Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls. However, with the publication of the Danganronpa series handled by Spike Chunsoft, one has to wonder how that was to be officially announced.