Yesterday, we learned that Bandai Namco would have been the victim of a cyber attack. Shortly after, content indicating possible future releases appeared.
Has Bandai Namco been the target of a malicious attack? We don’t know for sure. In any case, for the moment, we will have to be satisfied with the information transmitted by Vx-Underground. On the side of the interested party, there has been no statement yet. Well, anyway, the situation seems to have evolved: those responsible for the so-called ransomware would have already circulated some data, or the very next releases reserved for the year 2023.
Tekken 8, Xenoverse 3… on the run
Well, if all this is true, the Japanese company may now have the very bad surprise to see that the next titles that it reserved for an upcoming revelation are now no longer surprises. Well, only if this whole thing turns out to be true…
And so, if we believe the information we can read, Bandai Namco would plan to release the new Armored Core and Dragon Ball The Breakers at the beginning of the year 2023. Then will follow, in the second quarter, a third opus for the series Little Nightmares, a new version for Dragon Ball FighterZ (or Super) and Digimonstory Cybersleuth 2. The third quarter would arrive with Tekken 8 and with what seems to be a DLC of Elden Ring (Barbarians of the Badlands) as well as a new opus Tales of (Tales of Ascension). For the latter, it seems unlikely that it will be additional content reserved for Arise, if we rely on previous statements that the game would not receive any, since the basic story is enough on its own.
As for the arrivals in the last half of the year 2023they will concern above all Code Vein 2, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 3 and a new One Punch Man.
See for yourself the image apparently online:
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 3 and Tekken 8It makes your mouth water, right? Now, it just remains to see if it is a real leak.