If you like From Software productions, you should have reasons to be satisfied in the near future. The company is working on an adventure game called Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. However, as it turns out, this is not the only project in which the producers from From Software are currently "crafting". In an interview for the Japanese 4Gamer service, studio president Hidetaka Miyazaki revealed that the creators of such hits as Dark Souls and Bloodborne are working on two unannounced titles.
During the conversation, there was no detailed information about the two mysterious projects. The president of the Japanese studio admitted that currently From Software is focusing on several productions. The first one was released in November this year on PlayStation VR – Deracine. The second title is Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, scheduled for March 2019. The next production line would be two unannounced games. Moreover, Hidetaka Miyazaki specified that none of these productions is Dark Souls: Remastered or Metal Wolf Chaos XD, as these are titles commissioned by Bandai Namco and Devolver Digital.
If you are afraid that after creating an exploration adventure game on virtual reality goggles, the studio will once again depart from Souls-like games, then the chairman's words may calm you down a little:
Although this is not the time to discuss the details, both games will be in the style of From Software. [...] We still need some time to tell you more.
What games will the two mysterious titles turn out to be? Many players are probably hoping to announce the second part of Bloodborne. The light in the tunnel for fans was an Easter egg included in the studio's last production - Deracine. In the game you can come across a doll which performs the well-known Bloodborne gesture "Get in touch". If that wasn't enough, according to the description, the toy depicts a girl named Fiona, appearing in an "unfinished story". Did the studio reveal its next project in this way?
What awaits From Software players? We'll probably have to wait for the answer a little longer, because it's rather impossible for the studio to start a marketing machine before the release of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. And what game would you like to see? The second part of Bloodborne, another Dark Souls, or maybe the return of Armored Core?
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