The Pokémon Company is “in talks” about how to ensure future games in the franchise Pokemon They are products of improved quality, without compromising the regular release schedule.
At a press conference held at the Pokémon World Championships in Yokohama, Japan, the website comicbook.com Had the opportunity to speak with Takato Utsunomiya, COO of The Pokémon Company. With a limited number of issues, the magazine asked its COO if there was a specific timeline for the brand Pokemon It followed when it came to releasing new games.
Utsunomiya commented on these decisions:
I think, in general, if you look at the past, the path we’ve taken so far has been this continuous release, always releasing products regularly at a steady pace, you could say.
We always have these products to offer and new experiences for our customers, and that’s how we’ve operated so far. I think we’re still operating this way, but there’s more and more talk, as development environments change, about how we can continue to do that, while also ensuring we deliver high quality products.
Game Freak, the developer of the major video game franchises, has just released new games Pokemon at an almost annual pace since the franchise debuted. In the past 27 years, only 7 of them have passed without Game Freak releasing a new game in the main franchise.