In a newsletter to subscribers of the EP!C store, Bandai Namco wishes all fans a happy new year and reminds them of the upcoming releases in 2022. Of course Elden Ring is at the top here. .hack//GU Last Recode (March) and Pac-Man Museum+ (Spring) are also not far away.
Other games such as Dragon Ball: The Breakers also received a “2022” stamp. In two other games, this period was conspicuously omitted, but they were mentioned anyway. The Digimon Survive, which has been postponed forever, is just as much a part of it as the one that’s probably long forgotten Unknown 9: Awakening.
This is Reflector Entertainment’s debut game, announced at Gamescom 2020. There was even an award for the best announcement. So far, though, there’s only the teaser trailer and it doesn’t make much sense.
You see a girl who (maybe) hides something in a wall, but in any case accidentally discovers a power that is probably still relatively unknown to her. It is called Haroona and is the main character of the game.
Unknown 9: Awakening was originally announced for PS5, Xbox Series, and PC and is set to release in 2021. Obviously nothing came of it. And even in 2022, you probably shouldn’t plan the game tightly.
The teaser trailer for Unknown 9: Awakening
Artwork: Unknown 9: Awakening, Bandai Namco, Reflector Entertainment
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