It’s unique to PlayStation VR, so you might or could not have seen, however Dark Souls studio FromSoftware has launched a brand new game. And inside that game, Déraciné, is an easter egg that hints at a doable sequel to Bloodborne, From’s good gothic horror Soulslike.
There’s a doll in Déraciné whose arms type the ‘Make Contact’ gesture, which, whereas by no means fairly as iconic as Dark Souls’s ‘Praise the Sun’, was sort-of Bloodborne’s equal. Given that the participant’s solely common companion in Bloodborne can also be a doll, the connection is fairly clear.
Where it will get thrilling is the doll’s description, which reads:
“A doll of the stone girl Fiona, who appears in the unfinished tale. When a person has a bad dream, Fiona appears and helps them flee.”
But these phrases ‘the unfinished story’ stand out as a doable trace that FromSoftware has extra to inform us about Bloodborne’s world, particularly for the reason that unique ends fairly satisfactorily. But then, you can say the identical about Dark Souls, and that finally change into a trilogy.
FromSoftware’s subsequent challenge is Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, releasing on March 22 subsequent 12 months. Could Bloodborne 2 comply with?
But yeah, we all know what you’re considering, and at this level we’ve got to acknowledge that the unique Bloodborne was revealed with Sony’s assist and unique to PlayStation 4. It’s very doable that might proceed to be the case for a sequel, relying on the phrases of the unique deal, however there’s hope. All the Dark Souls games have been on PC, Sekiro shall be, and if all else fails, Bloodborne was added to Sony’s PC-compatible streaming service, PlayStation Now, in September.
So a technique or one other, there’s an honest likelihood PC players would be capable of strive a Bloodborne sequel, even when it’s not at launch.