An investigation of the current status of Spike Chunsoft’s Danganronpa series to see whether there’s as yet the potential for a fourth portion. It’s anything but some time since the understudies of Hope’s Peak Academy were bolted inside their school and educated by an unhinged Robo-bear to kill each other for the opportunity to escape. Four years, to be definite since the third portion of the series delivered for American crowds.
Combative Havoc, Goodbye Despair, and Killing Harmony are the three principle games in the Danganronpa storyline. A few players couldn’t imagine anything better than to see an extension of this set of three and some vibe as though enough pink blood has been spilt for one lifetime at Hope’s Peak Academy. Regardless of whether fans are possibly supporting the continuation of this series, the inquiry remains: Is Danganronpa 4 going to occur or right?
There Has Been No Official Announcement
Regardless of the misleading content articles and fan theories, Spike Chunsoft – the company that presently claims the Danganronpa establishment – still can’t seem to deliver an authority articulation about whether players ought to be watching out for a fourth portion. That being said, the company likewise hasn’t expressed that the thought is altogether not feasible either, leaving significant parts in a Schrodinger’s Cat problem: The game is both likely and improbable to occur until Spike Chunsoft seals its destiny.
Product and Platform Expansions Are On The Rise
Spike Chunsoft continues to draw in with the Danganronpa being a fan by providing new product and stage announcements. On May 26th, the Spike Chunsoft official Twitter account posted a sneak look of the Danganronpa Pop Up Parade dolls. The characters highlighted were fan-top choices like Junko Endoshima, Kyoko Kirigiri, Chiaki Nanami, and Nagito Komaeda. Players can likewise now download the anniversary releases of Danganronpa 1 and 2 to their cell phones. How might these announcements and updates perhaps affect a potential Danganronpa 4 delivery? Yet, the various ways Spike Chunsoft continues to keep Danganronpa fans occupied with the Hope’s Peak Academy universe nearly appears as though they’re asking old and new fans the same to stay close by for something else?
The Anniversary Edition of Danganronpa V3 Is Experiencing Delays
Even though there are now portable forms of Danganronpa 1 and 2 for their anniversary releases, Danganronpa v3: Killing Harmony’s Anniversary Edition has been deferred until additional notification. The game should deliver on its new versatile stage on May 26th. In any case, on May 24th, the Spike Chunsoft official Twitter account presented a statement of regret to its Danganronpa fans.
There is an issue found inside the versatile delivering of Killing Harmony, which means they’d need to push back the delivery date to a later time. There have been no updates about when Killing Harmony will be prepared for its new portable delivery from that point forward. Players probably will not hear anything about a theoretical fourth portion from the company until after the anniversary release of the third portion has been fixed.
Kazutaka Kodaka (lead maker of the Danganronpa series) collaborated with Kotaro Uchikoshi (lead maker of the Zero Escape series) to make another game in Japan last September and in the US this May. World’s End Club secures players an aquatic amusement park and orders them to compete in “A Game of Fate.” The game has to get inside and out the specific reaction from players. Whether Kodaka chooses to zero in more on this new storyline instead of growing the Danganronpa series is yet to be resolved.
Spike Chunsoft has begun to promote their game, a work in progress, Made in the Abyss: Binary Star Falling Into Darkness. This new 3D RPG is anticipated to drop at some point in 2022 and will deliver on PS4, Steam, and Nintendo Switch. As clarified on the Spike Chunsoft site, this new RPG depends on Akihito Tsukushi’s dull dream manga and anime, Made in Abyss. If the game proves fruitful and World’s End Club continues to acquire players’ interest, maybe the centre will promote these storylines instead of remaining fixed on the Danganronpa series.
However, the game additionally knocked players’ socks off by breaking the fourth divider; the Hope’s Peak survivors ask the real player to pick “Expectation” and settle on the choice to eradicate the institute unequivocally so the Killing Game cycle can at long last come to an end. It would be hard for Kodaka to expand upon this “mic-drop” conclusion with a fourth (or rather 54th) portion.
Regardless of whether the Danganronpa makers conclude v3 is a beautiful method to wrap up the primary storyline, it doesn’t mean Kodaka and his group will not make side projects as they’ve done before. Besides the basic set of three, Danganronpa additionally has an activity experience portion, Danganronpa another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls, which happens between the first and second game.