Square Enix could be working on ‘Just Cause GO’, ‘Life is Strange GO’, ‘Deus Ex GO’ and more

Many of you will probably be familiar with Hitman GO, the title of smart devices announced during the last PlayStation Experience for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, which arrived first as an adaptation from the popular murder series to mobile phones and tablets.

Recently a NeoGAF user found a series of curious domains website that have given rise to multiple speculations about Square Enix’s role in the mobile industry. These domains appear to protect the projects Just Cause GO, Life is Strange GO, Deus Ex GO and Thief GO; which could be an adaptation to mobile devices from the company’s most successful franchises.

There are many indications that these pages They were created by Square Enix and not by a third party. However, this does not necessarily confirm its development. In fact, a Square Enix representative told the GameSpot news outlet that “It is standard practice register domain names in case there may be future plans for those franchises.” Therefore it could be a preventive measure and not a project in development.

What do you think about it? Would you like to see these popular franchises on mobile phones as has happened with Hitman GO and Lara Croft GO?


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