For now, we can only wait for the official announcement from Arika.
Recent reports have revealed that Tetris: The Grand Master has been confirmed for the console release, but the announcement has been delayed.
This information was officially announced by Ichiro Mihara (vice president of Arika) through his Twitter account. If you’re interested in retro and classic games, you can check out our other articles on 1FIFTYFOUR.
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Tetris: The Grand Master Will Go to Consoles?
Ichiro Mihara explained that Arika planned to make an official announcement on November 1, 2021. However, the announcement had to be delayed due to external factors.
Mihara also added that Arika had been considering a fourth sequel to the Tetris: The Grand Master franchise but that the sequel would depend on the port’s success later.
It’s still unclear whether the three titles from the Tetris: The Grand Master franchise will be released simultaneously to consoles or if they will be released in a bundle. For now, we can only wait for the official announcement from Arika.
Tetris: The Grand Master is one of the most challenging puzzle games by Arika. This game features 999 challenge levels and a series of ranks from rank 9 to Grand Master. Originally released in Japanese arcades in 1998, sequels were released between 2000 and 2005.
A spin-off, Tetris: The Grand Master Ace, has been released for Xbox 360 in Japan. However, due to poor sales, the game only sold 4,000 units after ten weeks of release. Arika later developed Tetris 99 for the Nintendo Switch.