Dec 03, 2016 07:00 AM EST
'Dark Souls 3' Update: Developer Hopes To Bring The Souls Game To Virtual Reality
Bandai Namco Entertainment is reportedly working on a VR version of "Dark Souls 3" but it seems that the Tokyo-based developer has not yet given the go signal for its development. Bandai Namco has not yet given any official statement about the VR story although a recent interview with Bandai Namco hinted something new is coming for the game.
In a recent interview during the Nov. 18 Golden Joystick Awards, producer Atsuo Yoshimura was asked if the company has plans for the VR version of the game. The "Dark Souls 3" producer was quick to discuss the question thrown at him by the event host Julia Hardy. Most of the questions being thrown have been centered on the tendency of the title to get a virtual reality version, wherein the producer claims that it allegedly hoping so.
According to UploadVR, Yoshimura made some good response in that interview, followed by a bit of clarification, suggesting that his entire developing team was "hoping" to produce a VR version of the game. Given that the latest generation of games has done so, the Bandai Namco title is expected to also go with the gaming trend.
Obviously, this is still far from an official company statement, but Yoshimura's statement was more than enough to excite fans of the "Dark Souls" series.
Unfortunately, the Bandai Namco title has been considered by many as one of the most difficult video games in the gaming circle. In fact, several of its players have already stopped playing because of the game's level of difficulty. But, with the release of the latest Patch 1.09, it would address players' issues particularly on the level of difficulties. The latest update also came with a massive bug fix, addressing issues key issues.
In addition to the latest update, the game currently has the Ashes of Ariandel downloadable content, where it introduced a new character named Gael.
"Dark Souls 3" is an action role-playing video game played in a third-person perspective, developed by Bandai Namco Entertainment for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The game is the fourth entry in the "Dark Souls" series.
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