The Thrones Game may have ended, but the original author of the series has made it clear that we have not seen the last of his work. In last night's blog post discussing the end of the HBO series, George R.R. Martin said that he had consulted on a videoconference that it was being published in E3 within a few weeks.
In a blog post of the name 'An Ending', published yesterday, Martin discussed his projects after the end of the show, including producer credit on eight upcoming TV shows, short film adaptations, and participation in some projects. feature. It also reveals, however, “I have consulted on a video show out of Japan.” T
Earlier this year, YouTuber Spawn Wave published a video (which you can view further down this article), and noted that Martin is working on one of two unpublished titles from FromSoftware developer Dark Souls and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. According to Spawn Wave, the new title will be a global game, and Martin works as a writer.
His video says that he is an author “part of this project, and his work is going to be realizing the game world, or creating the game you would play. The writing would be done by him, and he would help to heal the world from your scope. "
A report by Gematsu earlier today confirms those claims, confirming the existence of the unannounced project, which will offer horse riding as a means to cross its open world. The source of Gematsu describes the game as “collaboration between Hidetaka Miyazaki and George R.R. Martin, ”, who is reputed to be the lead author on the project, and says the new title will be published officially at the Microsoft E3 2019 press conference on June 9.
The Wave Spawn video says the new game will be different from previous FromSoftware titles thanks to its open world, but also a much less linear approach. You will be able to examine many kingdoms in whatever order you prefer, absorbing the powers of the bosses that you defeat as you progress through all parts of the world.
Winter has come: Westeros lives after these Game of Thrones games
Although I'm eager for Martin finished his book series, I'm also interested to see what he could bring to a video show. I have fallen in love with Westeros over the years, but a new world could be interesting to explore, and given the author's eyes for detail, I think he makes a mean inquest author. We'll have to wait a bit to see how accurate any one of these claims is, but for now, we're excited.