In the same interview with Nintendo Everything, prior to the reveal of The Wonderful 101: Remastered, PlatinumGames head Atsushi Inaba said the developer was open to a follow-up, provided fans showed their support for the remaster.

In regards to a sequel or something, we can’t make one if there aren’t any fans for the series in the first place. So if fans support this and things go really well for The Wonderful 101, then I’d say it’s pretty natural that we’d want to make another game in the series!

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The game's director Hideki Kamiya added to this, stating how he had all these creative ideas flowing back when the original Wii U title was in development and hoped he could put them to use in the future:

I had ideas like, ‘Oh, what would it be like if we did a sequel where Wonder Blue was the leader?’ All of these creative and exciting ideas were flowing, and then the game released and I saw the numbers and was like, ‘Wait, what?!’ So, I hope I get to have those aspirations again in the future.

Last weekend, The Wonderful 101: Remastered surpassed its $1.5 million Kickstarter stretch goal, which unlocked "Luka's First Mission" and two more stretch goals.

Would you like to see a sequel one day? Have you shown your support by backing the first game on Kickstarter? Leave a comment below.

[source nintendoeverything.com]