Former Fate/Grand Order creative producer’s new studio announces untitled RPG

Written by. Ryuki Ishii based on the original Japanese article (original article’s publication date: 2022-03-01 17:24 JST)


Yosuke Shiokawa’s new studio Fahrenheit 213 has announced an untitled RPG for PC and they plan to self-publish it. The details are scarce at the moment, only providing a few pieces of concept art that suggest the game takes place in a world that relies on wind turbines to generate electricity. I should also point out that the official description writes “RPG” in Japanese characters instead of the normal alphabet abbreviation, which is unusual and likely implies the game won’t be a traditional RPG.


Fahrenheit 213 is a game studio established by Yosuke Shiokawa in March 2021. Shiokawa worked on titles like Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts II, and Dissidia Final Fantasy during his time with Square Enix. He then went on to create I am Setsuna at Tokyo RPG Factory and later became the creative director of Fate/Grand Order at DELiGHTWORKS.

Incidentally, DELiGHTWORKS is no longer in charge of Fate/Grand Order’s development, as the company formed a subsidiary called Lasengle, which inherited all game development business. Lasengle is now under Aniplex’s wings after the acquisition made in February (related article). Yosuke Shiokawa left DELiGHTWORKS at the end of January, and instead of joining Lasengle, went to work at his own newly formed company.

Fahrenheit 213’s official website can be found here.