Last year at The Game Awards, From Software teased a game that many believed is Bloodborne 2. However, according to an insider, project Shadows Die Twice is not exclusive to any platform. If true, this rules out the possibility of Bloodborne 2, which as you may know, is owned by Sony Interactive Entertainment.
The leaker who goes by Omnipotent on ResetEra, stated that From Software will only be showing one game at E3 2018; and that game is project Shadows Die Twice, otherwise known in the digital realm as Bloodborne 2. The insider claims that this project is not exclusive to any platform which means that either Bloodborne 2 is going to be multiplatform (nope!) or this isn’t Bloodborne 2 at all.
The game is going to have a big showing at E3 2018, probably at Sony’s stage due to the fact that From Software and Sony enjoy a very healthy relationship. There are so many games scheduled to appear at Sony’s E3 event including the big four – Ghost of Tsushima, The Last of Us 2, Spiderman PS4, and Death Stranding. Sony has the biggest E3 show floor to showcase playable demos.
While fans would love to see Bloodborne 2 one of the playable games at the event, it may not be there if this insider report holds any truth.
Here is the look at the teaser trailer shared last year.
- Ghost of Tsushima Gameplay
- Shadows Die Twice (Sequal to Bloodborne)
- Devil May Cry 5
- Shenmue 3 Trailer
- Kingdom Hearts 3 Trailer and Release Date
- Final Fantasy VII Remake Trailer (Episode 1 in 2019, demo packed int with KH3)
- Black Ops 4 Trailer
- Red Dead Redemption 2 trailer and exclusive DLC deal announcement
- PS VR games
- Concrete Genie trailer – August release date
- Medieval trailer – October 2018 release date
- Death Stranding gameplay
- Spiderman Trailer
- Dreams trailer
- Days Gone Trailer
- New Bluepoint Remaster
- The Last of Us 2 gameplay
Sony’s E3 2018 press event is set for June 11 at 6 in the evening where From Software is expected to show its new project in detail.