For the previous few weeks or so, rumors have swirled about creator George R.R. Martin probably working with FromSoftware. It appears Martin himself has just lately confirmed as a lot, prompting Gematsu to report that it’s heard related rumblings from a supply accustomed to the Darkish Souls studio. In line with the publication’s unnamed supply, the secretive FromSoftware title is an open world recreation that may function horseback driving. Nevertheless, this may increasingly solely be a half-truth, as Italian journalist Antonio Fucito has acknowledged the sport is not going to embody a “absolutely” open world.
On his Twitter web page, Fucito, who’s spent 16 years with Italian video games journal Multiplayerit, addressed the FromSoftware rumors. Allegedly, a developer shared particulars in regards to the undertaking with him a number of years in the past. Based mostly on these particulars, Fucito doesn’t suppose the title might be “absolutely” open world, since FromSoftware is engaged on the identical engine, although the engine itself has been “improved.”
See Fucito’s tweet linked under:
I can verify it, a developer advised me about this undertaking MANY years in the past. It might not be a “absolutely” Open World as a result of limitations of the identical (however improved) From Software program engine.
I’m undecided, as a substitute, about “Nice Rune” title. The codename for Bloodborne was, for instance, SPRJ. https://t.co/8Mu9s6KpgR
— Antonio Fucito (@Tanzen) Could 22, 2019
Curiously, the journalist additionally commented on the sport’s supposed title of Nice Rune. However, there’s at present nothing that may substantiate Fucito’s claims. Hopefully, FromSoftware will be capable of supply way more concrete particulars within the coming weeks. With E3 2019 proper across the nook, such a chance doesn’t appear too farfetched.
For these in want of a FromSoftware repair now, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice could do the trick. The studio’s latest recreation just lately hit retailer cabinets worldwide for the PlayStation four, PC, and Xbox One.
[Source: Antonio Fucito on Twitter via Wccftech]