“Elden Ring” Director Hints At Next Games


FromSoftware President Hidetaka Miyazaki has confirmed his company, creators of the “Dark Souls” trilogy and this year’s smash hit “Elden Ring,” is already in the final stages of development on another game.

Speaking with 4Gamer.net recently (via VGC), Miyazaki was asked about a 2018 interview he gave in which he said he had ‘3.5 games in development’ at the studio with two being unannounced at the time.

The 0.5 title was the PS4 VR entry “Deracine,” while the previously announced title ended up being “Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice”. One of the unannounced titles ended up becoming “Elden Ring” which leaves that last mystery title which has apparently been in development since 2016 (it has been suggested as possibly being “Armored Core 6” – the first entry in that franchise since 2012).

Miyazaki also revealed that he’s already working on his next game as a director and says he’d like to “work on a more abstract fantasy than anything we’ve done in the past”.

He confirmed the company had several more games in development by directors other than himself, but they could not be discussed at this time other than to tease that they will show a “different color of direction for From Software”.

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