Great Rune A New Game By George R R Martin And FromSoftware

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George R R Martin is a world-renowned writer who created the Game of Thrones universe. His series has made a lot of fans, and it was so popular that it had it own TV series which ended this year. Martin is still working on his books which the fans are desperately waiting for, but that isn’t the only thing he works on. In a blog post, Martin teased that he is helping make a video game.

The post said that he has been busy lately and even “consulted on a video game out of Japan.” These details aren’t specified, but one of Gematsu’s source told that From Software is working with Martin on an unannounced title. Moreover, it was reported that it would be announced at Microsoft’s E3 press conference.

It is a collaboration between two genius storytellers, R.R Martin, and Hidetaka Miyazaki. Also, the game has been in development for three years, and it is an open-world game, and Bandai Namco will publish it. A post on 4Chan revealed some more details that the game would be called Great Rune and it will have a Norse Mythology theme.

This game is considered to be a true successor to the Dark Souls game, but it will have changes to the formula. All this started from a tweet from Liam Robertson who said, “There is a From Software rumor going around that is bonkers. I think you should be hearing some more about this later today.” All, this will be revealed to us very soon at the Microsoft E3 press conference which will take place on 9 June.

The upcoming game is said to be developed by ‘FromSoftware’ which is well known for ‘Dark Soul Series,’ and hence many are calling this forthcoming game a collab of Game of Thrones and Dark Soul.

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