Ikumi Nakamura left Tango Gameworks a couple of years ago to start a new studio, which now officially has a name - Unseen.
Ikumi Nakamura has a new studio called Unseen. The creative director of Tango Gameworks' upcoming action-horror title Ghostwire: Tokyo has officially announced the news today, stating that she is happy to finally reveal her plans for the future.
"The Tokyo studio acts as a terminal. A place where different cultures intersect. A hub for artists to gather. We want to transcend into various mediums beyond the realm of video games. We are a group of artists who transcend national borders, working without being seen, we are Unseen," Ikumi Nakamura says in the announcement video on her Twitter profile.
At the time of writing, there are no details about Unseen's projects and it will probably stay like that for a while. Though, we certainly are excited to see what they have in store.
Ikumi Nakamura was working on Ghostwire: Tokyo before deciding to leave Tango Gameworks in 2019 due to health-related problems. Nakamura stated that she was stressed due to "developer-publisher politics" and "publisher having control over the game" which led to her having nightmares.
Now, with her new team, Nakamura should have all the freedom in the world to create memorable experiences and craft her ideas into video games and other mediums.