- Argentina fires head of navy over submarine tragedy
- Egyptian presidential hopeful apologizes to arrested supporters
- Argentina fires head of navy after submarine tragedy
- Canadian police probe mysterious deaths of billionaire pharma couple
- Nazareth Christmas celebrations will be held as normal: mayor
- Libyan coast guard rescues more than 250 migrants trying to reach Ital
- It looks like tax reform is already paying off with the GOP base
- Thousands of Romanians mourn former king Michael
- Sexual harassment allegations swirl around ESPN
- Report: Toronto billionaire and his wife found dead in their home
- Austrian conservatives bring far right into government
- Russian and French foreign ministers discussed situation in Syria
- Australian PM future safeguarded in crucial Sydney by-election
- Palestinian billionaire Masri detained in Saudi Arabia: sources
- Myanmar journalists' group to don black T-shirts over arrest of Reuter
- Dustin Hoffman accused of sexual assault
- Facebook worries it might be bad for you, adds a mute button
- U.S. says did everything possible to help Italy cyber investigation
- Thai tour guide arrested for inappropriate behavior at Buddhist temple
- Roche, Shire court fight escalates over haemophilia drug
Bloodborne, Dark Souls Dev Teases New Game At The Game Awards 2017
Just before the official start of The Game Awards, Dark Souls and Bloodborne developer From Software offered a tease of its latest game with a short, 10-second teaser. Very little is known about the game, as all that was shown was a bloody rope wrapped around a spoke between what appears to be two bones. The background showcased what appears to be parchment with inked script, but none of the elements provide a clear hint as to the game in question. Recently, From Software confirmed that it is working on a new Armored Core game, though the video shown is a far cry from what we expect from that particular series.
The only detail that did stand out as a potential link was the phrase: "Shadows Die Twice." It's not clear if this is the title, or just a tagline.
In September 2016, From Software president and creator Hidetaka Miyazaki stated that in addition to working on a new Armored Core game, the company was also developing a "weird" game. "When I say 'weird,' the genre might be a little weird," he explained. "The game is weird. But we are diligently making it in all seriousness, so I just want people to know that when they think it's strange."
During the same interview, Miyazaki also stated: "For me, Dark Souls III is the end, but that doesn't mean the end for Dark Souls. If someone other than myself, like another staff member, wants to make a Dark Souls, then I don't want to deny others from making future installments."