It’s been a while since we last got a look at Namco Bandai’s Monster Hunter-inspired handheld sequel, God Eater 2. Many assumed that the title had switched platforms to Vita (or 3DS), but according to a feature in this week’s Famitsu magazine, it’s still in development for PSP.

There have been a few changes since the game’s last outing, however. According to Andriasang, the title's visual style has been given a complete makeover. There are also a bunch of new multiplayer features which are being kept secret for now.

The game’s reconfirmation is set to be accompanied by a “major surprise” this fall. If that doesn't turn out to be a Vita version, we’re going to eat our DualShock 3.