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Rumor: FromSoftware and George R. Martin work on a new game


The latest playable experience from FromSoftware, Sekiro Shadows Die Twice, has been a couple of weeks of release, this last title has meant to the company another commercial success estimated by fans of the mechanical difficulty of the # 39; study, however, rumors would indicate that this would not be his most ambitious work and that to point even further, FromSoftware would be working with George RR Martin in a new title.

A few months ago FromSoftware He would have stated that they would have 2 titles not yet announced, which will be released afterwards Sekiro Shadows Die Twice, Recently through Liam RobertsonA renowned journalist who reveals information about future projects would have advanced details of the new game of FromSoftware, Which would be an open world RPG, the setting would be located in the medieval era, where you can have the freedom to revenge invade, and with the curious mechanics where you can get the abilities of the cornada heads (similar to Mega-Man).

What makes this rumble decay is the idea that George R.R Martin, Writer of the novels Song of Ice and Fire, Which inspired the creation of one of the most acclaimed television series of recent years Games Of Thrones, I would be actively collaborating in writing the story of the game.

It was also revealed that who would be publishing this work would be Bandai Namco, Who also published the well-known series of Dark Souls and finally that this game will be presented in the next E3 2019 in June

At the moment, as the title says, this is just a rumor and as such we have to take it with discretion, yet the idea of ​​having a mind like that of George R.R Martin, Added to the insane condition for the deceased that characterizes FromSoftware, I could make this title a jewel, but this will only be the time.

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is available on the platforms of Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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