Company president Hidetaka Miyazaki has announced that they have unannounced titles, yet to be announced!
In a recent interview with 4gamer.net, master of punishment Hidetaka Miyazaki confirmed that his company are indeed working on two, as yet, unannounced projects. The From Software boss noted that Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is not included in these.
Mr. Miyazaki is best known as the creator of the “Souls-borne” games. A loosely connected series of games beginning with Demons Souls, Dark Souls 1-3, and Bloodborne. The common threads amongst all Miyazaki’s games are stiff native difficulty, stamina-based combat, and translucent narratives. He clarified in the interview that the new titles will definitely not be remasters. Although he did not rule out sequels.
“While it isn’t the time to discuss details, they’re both [From Software]-esque games. We’ll need a little more time, but we’ll be able to tell everyone more about them once they take shape.”
No. Fans of PSVR game Deracine were wont to point out a clear Bloodborne reference within. This was quickly taken as a nod to an unannounced Bloodborne sequel. Makes sense, after all. Why else would it be in there? “…pure mischief“, as Mr Miyazaki points out. When quizzed on the topic he merely apologised for causing the speculation, and claims it may have been overkill. Of course, for a man known for being mischievous, we can’t really rule it out either…
So for now the focus should surely be on Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. From Softwares take on feudal Japan will drop on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows on March 22nd, accompanied by the release of a collector’s edition. GamEir.