Shoji Meguro, the most Japanese composer known for his work in the s but Person , has resigned from his post after 25 years at Atlus . Now he plans to develop his own independent games.
“I know this is quite sudden, but I, Shoji Meguro, resigned from Atlus Co., Ltd. at the end It’s September 2021. “ , Megur announced or in a brief statement posted to your Tw account itter . According to the composer, the d e The decision to leave the company has come so that you can focus on your dream of developing independent games .
“I have been creating role-playing games for myself in my spare time for the past five years. “ Meguro said elsewhere d the notice. “I applied to the Kodansha Game Creators Lab for a recruitment and I was selected as one of the finalists. Later Kodansha staff were assigned to work with me. “ .
Despite leaving the company last month, Meguro says that has maintained a “good” relationship with Atlus . With that in mind e The composer alleviated fan concerns s regarding the future of music in games made by Atlus . “I will continue to work with Atlus on the music of l play. “ Meguro said. “So what I hope that those of you who They were concerned about the sudden announcement e feel relieved. “ .
Meguro joined Atlus in 1995, helping to create the soundtrack from Revelations: Persona en 1996 . Since then, the composer has worked alongside a host of other composers to create music for the company . While his work on the later entries to the Persona series is pr probably the most recognized, Meguro He is also known for his work on the Shin franchise. Megami Tensei .
And a tweet separate posted on Twitter, Meguro he delved a little deeper into the game he is currently developing . According to the screenshots that you can see above, the game seems to include stealth mechanics and a sci-fi theme . Meguro has said that the fans s They will be able to see more of the game on next 6 de novi of 2021 when it will be officially revealed in la Indie Live Expo .