Software has two new Games Set for Release Following Sekiro Shadows Die Twice

After many weeks sticked on playing Clash or Royale, I found a new similar game to replace the game, and It’s SpellBinders.

From Software president Hidetaka Miyazaki has revealed that the studio is currently developing two games unannounced. The question of whether they’re sequels to existing titles or the beginning of brand new franchises remains to be announced.

Miyazaki announced the news during an interview on 4Gamer.net, which was translated by Gematsu. “While there’s no time to talk about specifics but they’re both similar to [From Software] titles,” Miyazaki said. “We’ll require a bit longer however, but we’ll be able provide more information to the public as they develop.”

In June of 2016,, From Software revealed that it was planning new games in the future. The first one turned up to be Deracine while the second was the anticipated Sekiro Shadows Die Twice. Based on the wording used for the upcoming games, it’s likely to presume that the unannounced games are similar in terms of length and scope Sekiro and Deracine. Miyazaki said that Dark Souls Remastered and Metal Wolf Chaos XD weren’t included in this initial projection and that the announced games are brand new not remasters.

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is From Software’s upcoming game which will launch on Xbox One, PS4, and PC on the 22nd of March. This is Matt Espineli’s top-rated game of the year most notably due to its settings and the fast-paced gameplay. Sekiro departs from its medieval castles from Dark Souls III and Victorian catacombs of Bloodborne to bring steampunk feudal Japan. Combat is more efficient than From Software’s previous Soulsborne games, resembling the difficult combat that is the hallmark of Tenchu. Tenchu game series. For more information, read all we know about.

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