Dark Souls creator: “I see Dark Souls 3 as the last game in the series’




Dark Souls 3 is probably the last game in the series consisting of Demon’s Souls, Dark Souls and Blood Borne. Hidetaka Miyazaki, the spirit behind the Souls games, and his studio From Software would in future like to work on other things.

The statements do Miyazaki in an interview with GameSpot. He thinks that it is “not the right decision” to proceed with making Souls- and Bloodborne games. “I see Dark Souls 3 as the great seal of the series. The rest of the studio and I like to work very much on new things in the future.” Dark Souls 3 is the latest game whose development started before Miyazaki took office as head of the Japanese studio in May 2014. “The game is an important milestone in the evolution of From Software. Then, come new types of games with us. We have games quality continue to make and are not afraid to do new things. ”

Striking is that Miyazaki just the opposite during the E3 show this year said would have. There he said that “Dark Souls 3 will not be the last product in the Dark Souls series.” Or the Japanese developer of mind has been changed, or that this is a misunderstanding, it is not clear.

Dark Souls 3 was first unveiled at the E3 trade show this year in Los Angeles. Although there is no specific connection between Demon’s Souls, Blood Borne and Dark Souls is, it is clear that the games of the same timber have been cut. A prominent feature of the games is that they can be extremely difficult without being dishonest. Players who think carefully about their tactics and strategies and monitor their environment, there are often rewarded. In the third Dark Souls game play the Lords of Cinder another role, as they did in Dark Souls. Higher gameplay pace that was introduced to Bloodborne shall be incorporated in this game. In April 2016 is Dark Souls 3 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows.


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