Dark Souls Dev Has 2 Unannounced Games in the Works


Several months ago, the Dark Souls developer, From Software, officially announced during Microsoft's E3 2018 press conference that it will be releasing the action-RPG, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, in 2019. Interestingly enough, this isn't the only project that the studio is working on, as the company's president, Hidetaka Miyazaki, recently confirmed that there are also two unannounced games in the works.

While discussing From Software's development schedule, Miyazaki stated that the 3.5 product lines he mentioned during an interview back in June 2016 can be viewed with Deracine as 0.5, then Sekiro as 1.0, and the two unannounced titles as the 2.0 phase. The studio head made sure to clarify that Dark Souls Remastered and the forthcoming Metal Wolf Chaos XD are not included in the 3.5 plans, as both titles had been requested by Bandai Namco and Devolver Digital, respectively.


According to Miyazaki, the two unannounced titles coming out of the studio behind Dark Souls are "[From Software]-esque games", which implies that they will likely retain gameplay elements similar to the company's past action-RPGs. Of course, the From Software head stopped short of providing any concrete details about the new games on the way, saying, "We’ll need a little more time, but we’ll be able to tell everyone more about them once they take shape."

All things considered, it's safe to presume that myriad From Software fans around the globe will be eager to find out what the studio has on deck. Naturally, this excitement will surely give way to plenty of speculation about what's to come, with many players keeping their fingers crossed that Bloodborne 2 is one of the two unannounced titles in the works. Of course, with there being very little to go on at this point in time, we will simply have to wait and see what From Software has in store for everyone once it's prepared to reveal more about the projects.

The Dark Souls developer, From Software, is currently set to release Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice on March 22, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Source: (via Gematsu)

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