Level-5’s recent dabbling into profitable multimedia projects like Yo-kai Watch and The Snack World hasn’t distracted the studio from big console development, either. More specifically, Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom is still in development for the PlayStation 4 with the aid of legendary anime studio Studio Ghibli, as confirmed by Level-5 President Akihiro Hino in an interview with IGN Japan.

Fans of the first Ni No Kuni game on the PlayStation 3 had been sweating over the project given Level-5’s recent business focus and transition into mobile gaming. The game was first announced back in December, but Level-5 had made no mention of it since, even during a recent major press conference where it announced a number of other high-profile titles.

According to Hino, much of the Ni No Kuni II team is comprised of members from the original’s. He states that the game is massive, and he believes that while the first game still appealed to adults, the visuals might have been geared a little more towards children. This sequel is aiming for a balance between graphics that both children and adults will like.

It’ll be a game that you can play normally on your own. Looking back at the previous game, with the protagonist and setting in mind, its content was very much geared towards adults, but the visuals did look a bit like it was for kids. It may have looked too much like it was for kids, and while we may have another young boy as the protagonist this time around, we’re being careful so that we can make it into something that will completely feel like it can be played by adults. As far as the world and setting goes, it’ll be something that both adults and children could get into, just like a Studio Ghibli anime.

Nobody knows when Level-5 will show off more of the game, but Tokyo Game Show 2016 sounds about right! Stay tuned for our coverage from the floor on Sept. 15 and 16 to see if anything pops up.