FromSoftware Celtic Game Announcement Rumored For E3 2019
One of the most beloved developers in gaming in recent years has been FromSoftware, who cemented their place as such with the highly popular Dark Souls franchise. FromSoftware has managed to repeat this success with new franchises like Bloodborne and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, which have brought the same challenging gameplay with different contexts inspired by real-world cultural influences. Now, a leaker has pointed to a new potential FromSoftware Celtic-themed game.
On Restera, a known leaker released new details about the potential new FromSoftware Celtic-themed game recently. The extensive post praised the new game and declared “it feels like From [Software] is firing on all cylinders.” The user who had previously shared correct information about Sekiro before that was released posted some cultural artwork images without any description. When asked to provide context, another leaker gave the following response:
The game takes a lot from Gaelic, Celtic, and general British Isles folklore, and myths. Some really creepy stuff in this game, dark fantasy through the roof.”
FromSoftware found much success this year with Sekiro, which took the Dark Souls formula and beautifully mashed it together with traditional Japanese culture. The leaker has also stated that the game will be announced at E3, so it will not be long before this game will peek its head out of the water like the Loch Ness monster itself. Here’s to hoping there is some truth to this, but in the meantime, keep the salt handy.
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