Dark Souls 3 won't be the final game in the Souls series, game director Hidetaka Miyazaki has clarified.
Am i the only one here who's burnt out by the series? I feel like they're releasing these games too quick.
I'm not burnt out by the series.
i second this. I dont think ill get burned out anytime soon. Ill follow Miyazakis games anywhere
It's not the end of the series, just wait till Bloodborne 2 Bloodborne could of been called Blood Souls, it's very closely related to Dark Souls.
You probably burned your self out..
Hahaha you're probably right. I played Demon's Souls until NG+6, Dark Souls NG+4, and only one playthrough in Dark Souls 2. And i am looking forward to playing Bloodborne when i buy my PS4, but i'll probably wait a few years before buying Dark Souls 3.
You are one of the few, yes. Great Series and always wanting more personally
Hell no! Bring me more dark souls/ bloodborne/ souls games. I rather have these well made triple A games then awful ubisoft, ea, and ubisoft games they pump out every year.
Can't say I have. played Demons Souls for about 1000 hours, Dark Souls 1 for about 500. Dark Souls 2 about 100.. Bloodborne is at 300 hours and going strong (I LOVE this game). Just soo damn good, waiting patiently for the DLC. And ofc, the hopeful sequel. Till then, Dark Souls 3 will have to do :D So glad they brought Hidetaka Miyazaki back for this, DS2 was a "disaster" without him.
You're saying this right now, but come 2016 I think you will have a change of heart.
I hope they do something with Tenchu...
That would be the day. Not an E3 goes by where I don't look forward to a sequel being announced.
I agree so much with both of you. I have been hoping for a new Tenchu game for years. If they had announced a new Tenchu game this E3 I would be flipping out the way some people are flipping out about the Final Fantasy VII remake. From Software have done great things with the Souls games and I think they could do an excellent job making a modern Tenchu game.
We have way so many games that claim to be the grand finale for the series...only for another title to come along and continue the franchise
Not burned out, but I don't want them to kill themselves connecting the lore and forcing a fit that simple doesn't. Dark Souls I and II are heavily connected and a third game is totally doable, but for how much longer, we'll see. Demon's Souls and Bloodborne are similar, but they have their own unique lore. I do have one concern though: doesn't FromSoft have 2 teams? From my understanding, team A did Demon's Souls, Dark Souls I, and Bloodborne while team B did Dark Souls II, Scholar of the First Sin, and is currently working on Dark Souls III. I'd rather they take their time and let the Dark Souls I/Demon's Souls/Bloodborne team handle Dark Souls III because that's where the magic happens.
With Miyazaki's direction I think that even if B team is developing Dark Souls III it'll be a masterpiece. And lest we forget that a supposed expansion to Bloodborne is in the making. Exciting times indeed.
As long as Miyazaki is the director, I'll be all around this game. I liked DS2, but not as much as I loved DeSo and the first DS. I'll buy this game, no doubt. Now, all we need this year is the Bloodborne expansion and my 2015 is all served.
So...in regards to the article; Dark Souls with Sci-Fi elements? I would be very interested in seeing what that looks like. Actually I really like that sound of that. It certainly isn't necessary but...yes, let's do that, just once.
Dark Souls is a series where you can't get burnt out, it really doesn't grow stale, unlike the shooters that we have so many to choose from, From Software's titles are fresh because even though they are Rpgs, they come in their own very distinctive flavor.
Dark Souls 3 is just the beginning of the pain. Bring it on!
As long as it is more like DS2 instead of DS1 which is a griefers delight I'm all in! So much hate for DS2 because they limited invasions from twinkers lol. Hope that continues with DS3.
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