Earlier this week the first rumors were leaked on Project Rune / Great Rune, a new project from FromSoftware developed in collaboration with George RR Martin, author of The Chronicles of Ice and Fire, a story that inspired the series Il Trono di Spade. New voices are emerging now about this work …
Commenting on the leaks reported by Nibel, Antonio Fucito has made it known that he has been aware of the existence of this project for some years, however the journalist states that it may not be an entirely open world game, also due to the limitations of the graphics engine, not the Unreal Engine 4 as claimed by various rumors, but the same proprietary engine as FromSoftware, in this case, improved in some respects. Fucito also expresses doubts about the title, Great Rune could only be a code name as happened in the case of Bloodborne, known with the codename SPRJ.
To learn more we will probably have to wait for the Los Angeles fair, according to the rumors leaked the game will be presented by Bandai Namco during the Microsoft E3 2019 conference scheduled for Sunday, June 9 at 10:00 pm, (GMT+2).
I can confirm it, a developer told me about this project MANY years ago. It may not be a “fully” Open World due to the limitations of the same (but improved) From Software engine.
I’m not sure, instead, about “Great Rune” name. The codename for Bloodborne was, for example, SPRJ. https://t.co/8Mu9s6KpgR
— Antonio Fucito (@Tanzen) May 22, 2019