Elden Ring won huge at The Golden Joy Stick Awards 2022 (provided by your own absolutely), and also adhering to its award for Ultimate Game of the Year, supervisor Hidetaka Miyazaki devoted to making “more and more interesting games.”
We ought to additionally state in advance that Elden Ring took house numerous honors at The Golden Joysticks: Best Visual Design, Best Multiplayer Game, Critics’ Choice Award, and also Ultimate Game of the Year. In an interview (opens up in brand-new tab) at the end of the program, FromSoftware head of state and also Elden Ring supervisor Hidetaka Miyazaki really slightly teased future jobs, confessing that it really felt strange doing so after obtaining a Golden Joystick.
“As a final message to our players, it feels odd for me to say this when receiving such a prestigious award, but we fully intend to keep making more and more interesting games, so I hope you can continue to hold high expectations for us going forward,” Miyazaki stated.
This remark may not feel like much – and also without a doubt, it may not be much besides – however as Miyazaki stated, something regarding him making a dedication such as this as he’s approving an honor for an existing game is simply the smallest little bit strange. There absolutely isn’t sufficient there to theorize any type of forecasts regarding what FromSoftware could be dealing with and also when it’ll be exposed, however at the minimum, it deserves highlighting.
It’s additionally worth keeping in mind that Miyazaki lately stated FromSoftware’s following game remains in its “final stages.” The report and also leakage mill suggests FromSoftware is developing a new Armored Core game which it’s rather much along in growth, so there’s a great chance that’s what Miyazaki was describing. However, it’s additionally totally feasible there’s one more FromSoftware task in the jobs we have not listened to anything around yet. Time will certainly inform.
Check out the complete listing of Golden Joystick Awards 2022 winners to see if any one of your faves were identified.