Mighty Rabbit Studios‘ indie role-playing game, Saturday Morning RPG, has entered into early development stages. Lead Designer/Owner of the studio, Josh Fairhurst, announced on Twitter that the game has sold well enough to warrant a sequel. Saturday Morning RPG for the Switch sold 9.3K copies, which means we'll be pressing 10K (have to round orders to nearest 1,000). Thanks for all of your support. We're starting preliminary work on the sequel! — Josh Fairhurst ⏩ E3 (@LimitedRunJosh) June 10, 2018 Gaming composer, Vince DiCola, has already begun work on the soundtrack for the upcoming project, with two tracks being recorded. Another big get for the sequel is a currently unnamed former lead artist from Epic Games. They will help to change up the art style that the series previously used. Fairhurst plans for “something 3D that evokes PS1 nostalgia while looking modern. Likely pushing for something along the lines of Mega Man Legends.” In doing so, the game will tackle 90’s nostalgia compared to its predecessor’s 80’s aesthetic. Saturday Morning RPG did not perform so well digitally on the Nintendo Switch. However, Limited Run Games was able to publish a physical copy, which helped boost sales. The sequel’s hopes of survival relied on how well the Switch version performed and it appears it turned out for the best. The game is available to purchase digitally on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, PlayStation Vita, iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch. Limited Run Games will also be hosting an E3 press conference on Monday, June 11 at Noon PST/3 PM EST. Those wishing to view the stream can find it here. Check out our review of Saturday Morning RPG for the Nintendo Switch here.