E3 2016: Dark Souls Dev From Software’s Making Three New Games May the good blood guide you? From Software, the Japanese studio behind the Software behind games Souls games, currently has three new titles in production. That’s according to Hidetaka Miyazaki, who was speaking ahead of E3 2016 with 4Gamer. The second project is described as a sort of reboot, which is likely to be Armored Core.
Miyazaki has expressed an interest in the mech series in the past, so it certainly makes sense. The interview suggests that, whatever brand the company’s bringing back, it will take ideas from previous games but will be something new. Meanwhile, the third title that the team’s got in production will be something “weird” and out of the organisation’s usual wheelhouse. We had been beginning to wonder whether Sony may show a teaser trailer for some kind of Bloodborne follow-up during its press conference next week. It seems a bit early for that, doesn’t it? He also likes tennis games way more than you.
Please let it be Bloodborne 2 or some kind of successor. Bloodborne 2 and I will die happy. I’m half joking of course I’d love to see them make something new. I’m interested in their reboot and new IP, though. Draythedestroyer joking or not I would honestly be happy with that. A Bloodborne sequel would be amazing though. Remember, this time last year we were unconvinced that Dark Souls 3 was a thing.
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2, armored core reboot and vr game. I’d love From to do a dark sci-fi souls. DG42Velka Playing uncharted 4 in stealth mode remind me of tenchu, man I hope from software make another tenchu. You have been asked to watch your language in the past, next time you choose to ignore the rules it will earn you a vacation. Guide: Red Dead Online – When Will It Launch? Can you play Red Dead Redemption 2 online?
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