UPDATE: Capcom has told Eurogamer that it is currently undecided on whether Breath of Fire 6 will reach Western shores.
The game was one of a dozen titles unveiled at the company's recent Network Game Conference for online, social and mobile titles.
"As with all of Capcom's games we need to consider both their suitability for release in local markets and the resources are available to ensure we deliver a high quality gameplay experience in each territory," a spokesperson said.
"The process of evaluating all of the titles included in the Network Game Conference for release in North America and Europe is still in progress and we hope to share the results with you shortly."
Other games announced included:
- Monster Hunter Fronter G for PS3/Wii U
- Monster Hunter Frontier G for Taiwan
- Onimusha Soul (Unknown, possibly Vita)
- Euro Historia (Browser-based)
- Monster Hunter Mezapolta Reclaimation (Browser-based)
- Street Fighter Battle Combination (iOS/Android)
- Monster Hunter Big Hunting Quest (iOS/Android)
- Street Fighter x All Capcom (iOS/Android)
- Monhun Everyday Airu Life (iOS)
- Frontier of Discovery (iOS/Android)
- Codename: Rio (iOS/Android)
ORIGINAL STORY: Capcom has announced a new online instalment of its classic role-playing series Breath of Fire to be released exclusively for PC, tablets and smartphones.
The game is being specifically built for touch-controlled devices, although you'll be able to share progress across platforms and also pick up your campaign on PC.
It's not the first time that the Breath of Fire series has appeared on mobile platforms, but it is the first numbered instalment to do so, and the first time a main instalment has not debuted on a home console.
The original Breath of Fire arrived in 1993 for SNES, although the series switched to PlayStation from the third game. Breath of Fire 4 followed in 2000, before Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter for PlayStation 2, back in 2002.
We've asked Capcom about a release outside of Japan.