Today Grasshopper Manufacturer aired its Grasshopper Direct show providing a look at what the developer is currently working on.
We get to take another look at Shadows of the Damned Remaster, and we hear a tidbit of additional information. The game will (probably) come to "all current platforms." Grasshopper then showcased a look at the 25th-anniversary artwork by Peach Momoko.
Next, we saw two "trailers for "Pistol Yazkuza: The Video Game." (alongside its own TV series) and Electric Thunder Tiger 14. Considering that their websites (electricthundertiger.wtf and pistolyakuzavideogame.wtf) lead to nothing, I'm inclined to believe that they're joke projects.
That being said, at the very end, the studio's founder Goichi "Suda51" Suda provided a quick look at what appeared to be the studio's next game. It's a small tease, but the fans will probably love it anyway. You can see what I mean in the video below at the 10:13 mark.
If you're unfamiliar with Shadows of the Damned, it was originally released in 2011 for PS3 and Xbox 360. Written by Suda-san and producer by legendary horror master Shinji Mikami with music by Akira Yamaoka, it places the players in the boots of Garcia Hotspur, a demon-hunter trying to rescue his girlfriend who has been abducted by the lord of demons.
In case you've missed the news, Grasshopper Manufacture has been acquired by NetEase Games in 2021 as part of a rather massive shopping campaign enacted by the Chinese publisher, which resulted in the acquisition of several studios and the hiring of a number of popular developers that have been put at the helm of their own new studios.