With the likes of Dark Souls, Demon's Souls and this year's Bloodborne, From Software has established itself as one of the world's foremost creators of rock-hard action RPGs. And if the recent rumours are to be believed, fans of the studio's rock-hard Dark Souls games will have cause to celebrate very soon.
According to YouTube channel The Know, From Software is preparing to make an official reveal of Dark Souls III at this year's E3. The outlet also claims to have uncovered some leaked details from the sequel, including the suggestion that, while Dark Souls III is to appear on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, the PC version is currently "negotiable."
Other details include the introduction of 15 new bosses, 10 starter classes, and support for up to four players. There are even purported screenshots from the game to accompany their report.
Of course, until we'll have to greet these reports with caution for now, but if rumours of Dark Souls III are correct, it won't be long until we know for sure - E3 kicks off on the 16th June.
More news on the rumoured Dark Souls sequel as we get it.