Shuhei Yoshidathe head of PlayStation Indies, revealed that he played a role A game like souls hasn’t been released yet He also stated that it is not an Elden ring. What could it be?
Everything was revealed through a tweet, which you can see below, which Yoshida Refers to the last five games he played: Horizon Forbidden West, Genshin Impact, Sifu, an unreleased puzzle game, and an unreleased spirit-like game. In a second tweet, also mentioned below, it was determined that it was not Elden Ring.
As for “puzzle work”, it’s impossible to even speculate because it’s a very general definition to understand what Yoshida is talking about. In case like soulsHowever, we have some other rules. We’re sure fans are hoping for something incredible like Bloodborne 2, but the fact that we’re talking about “unreleased” instead of “unreleased” makes us think it’s nothing special. Furthermore, it seems unlikely that the head of PlayStation Indies would suggest he played an unknown AAA via a simple tweet of this nature.
The most likely solution is that we’re talking about Salt and Sacrifice (which we’ve already tried), a sequel to Salt and Sanctuary, arriving May 10 on PC and exclusively on PS4/PS5 consoles. The second possibility is that it is Strange Paradise Final Fantasy Origin, like spirits, arrives on March 18, 2022: being a Japanese game from Square Enix (but developed by Team Ninja) and given the good relationships from Sony and Square Enix, it’s not impossible that Yoshida had the chance to try it out. In any case, we believe that the first hypothesis is more credible.
Players are also targeting Thymesia and Lies of P. This is clearly speculation, but it is a clear symbol of the fans’ passion for the genre and the fact that there are more and more games inspired by spirits. Tell us, what unspoken spirits do you want most?
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