Hajime Tabata, former Square Enix employee and the man largely credited for "saving" Final Fantasy XV as its director, has revealed his newly formed studio on Facebook. Named JP Games, the development team will have more information to share in January next year, when the company launches officially.
Tabata left Square Enix at the end of October, and not long after, we found out that DLC plans for Final Fantasy XV had been reduced significantly.
It's unclear what kind of games Tabata and his team will be turning their attention to, but you can be sure that we'll keep you up to date if it's anything to do with PlayStation. In the meantime, we wish Tabata and his new studio all the best.
What would you like to see from JP Games? Feel free to speculate in the comments section below.