A continuation of the Dark Souls game Lords of the Fallen is happening but designer CI Games has put a “small group” to deal with the venture recommending it won’t not turn out at any point soon.
CI Games CEO Marek Tyminski told Eurogamer, “We have that game in our plans and we need to make this an incredible amusement. We’re intense about Lords of the Fallen the spin-off.”
He included that CI Games is not going “most of the way” with the game. Giving the group the time it needs to make a decent game is “the quality path” of pushing ahead, he said.
In 2015, Tyminski said CI Games was wanting to discharge Lords of the Fallen 2 out of 2017, yet that never again has all the earmarks of being the arrangement.
Working on Lords of the Fallen 2:
“I wouldn’t state it’s two or three years away,” he told Eurogamer in the new meeting. “We’ve been working a considerable amount on Lords of the Fallen 2, we did a great deal. It’s finding the best groups who can chip away at that amusement together. When we have that setting, we recognize what we need to do.”
Likewise included in the meeting is Tomasz Gop. The maker for the main Lords of the Fallen game and the continuation before he ventured away in 2015. He has no left CI Games altogether. Revealing to Eurogamer he was given up “. In view of a diminishment in group, in scope. In spending plan in business approach.” Gop is currently working at Destructive Creations. The group behind the disputable shooter Hatred.
Lords of the Fallen survey lauded the amusement’s battle framework and barometrical universes. Commentator Kevin VanOrd likewise making the most of its unusual animal outlines that pounded home the dull setting.
Lords of the Fallen sold countless duplicates and was at last productive. The game was co-created by German studio Deck 13 which is not adding to the continuation.