FromSoftware Announces Event Featuring Sekiro, Armored Core, and More in Japan

FromSoftware will showcase Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Deraciné, Metal Wolf Chaos XD, Dark Souls Remastered, and Armored Core next week.

on October 7, 2018 3:26 PM

If you’re into games by FromSoftware, then October 14th is going to be a rather interesting day for you.

The popular developer is going to host the FromSoftware Game Event Fall 2018 in Osaka, featuring free attendance for everyone who will be able to drop by.

There will be four playable games at the show, including Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Deraciné, Metal Wolf Chaos XD, and Dark Souls Remastered for Nintendo Switch.

There will also be stage events as follows (all times are JST).

  • 12:30 Deraciné stage presentation
  • 13:10 Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice stage presentation
  • 14:00 Dark Souls Remastered stage presentation
  • 14:50 Metal Wolf Chaos XD stage presentation
  • 15:30 Armored Core 20th Anniversary Sound Request
  • 16:50 FromSoftware Cult Quiz Championship

The Armored Core event is tied to a vote currently ongoing that lets fans vote for their favorite tracks in the giant 20th-anniversary soundtrack that will be released in Japan on November 1st.

The developer has been a bit wishy-washy on whether a new Armored Core game is currently in development, and this stage event might be the right chance to reveal something more.

Of course, if anything is revealed, you’ll be able to immediately read about it here on DualShockers.

That being said, attendees on location will receive a set of pins. So if you’re around Osaka next week, you may want to drop by MyDome for some fun and freebies.

 /  Executive News Editor
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