Keiji Inafune recently took part in an interview with 4gamer about Mighty No. 9, in which he discussed the development of the game and talked about the team’s future plans. Inafune apologized to fans and Kickstarter backers for the delays, and says that the team is “moving forward” with an anime and live action film. Inafune also elaborated on the possibility of a sequel. Inafune said that development for a sequel is “already in our minds”. In fact, the team is so interested in doing a sequel that the negative feedback and threat of bad sales is of no concern. Inafune says that the team all share the feeling of “we’ll do it even if it doesn’t sell”. Feel free to leave a comment on if you would support a sequel.
Mighty No. 9 will release on the Nintendo Wii U in North America on June 21st and in Europe on June 24th.