A rumor has emerged on the net suggesting that Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin is working with FromSoftware – the builders of Dark Souls, Bloodborne, and the recently-released Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice – on an open-world online game.
The rumor emerged on the Spawn Wave YouTube channel, citing Liam Robertson (a author with a very good popularity for scoops) as its supply. Spawn Wave makes it clear that nothing right here has been confirmed publicly, and subsequently we should always come at this story with some skepticism.
According to the report, FromSoftware will develop the as-yet-untitled undertaking and Bandai Namco will publish it, with the Game of Thrones creator reportedly creating the world of the sport and writing for the title. The recreation will reportedly drop the participant into an unlimited open world comprised of various kingdoms, permitting you to decide on which space you wish to journey to and deal with first.
Purportedly, every kingdom can have a boss that it’s a must to overcome, with the player-character gaining the skills of every boss after defeating them. It’s a bit like Mega Man, then, if Mega Man was an enormous open world recreation from one of many largest fantasy authors on the planet.
As the YouTuber factors out, one motive to doubt this rumor is the truth that Martin has lately seemed to be actually knuckling down on ending the final two books in his A Song of Ice and Fire collection. A recreation like this may be an enormous endeavor, and it is onerous to inform from an outsider’s perspective if Martin would be capable to match it in.
If anybody who’s reportedly concerned comes ahead to verify or deny this undertaking’s existence, we’ll be sure you maintain you posted. Perhaps the E3 convention in June will shed some gentle on FromSoftware’s future plans…