Nakamura announced her plans to start her own studio back in March 2021, but it’s only just come to the official announcement. Unseen is based in Tokyo but will recruit from different countries.
Nakamura isn’t just limited to video games: “I want to create a new intellectual property that works like an entertainment spectrum. E.g. anime, education, clothes”.
Regarding the debut development, Nakamura previously admitted that she wants to do it “full of dark jokes” not too serious game that “gives gamers something new”.
project production “in one form or another” already started and the team pays a lot of attention to the setting and the characters. The latter is said to reflect Nakamura’s idea “Real People and Minorities”.
Recall that Nakamura gained huge popularity after presenting Ghostwire: Tokyo from the stage at E3 2019, but left Tango Gameworks in September 2019 due to health issues.
During her nine years at Tango Gameworks, Nakamura managed to work on The Evil Within, its sequel, and the aforementioned Ghostwire: Tokyo. The latter is scheduled for release on March 25 on PC (Steam, Epic Games Store) and PS5.