'Dark Souls 3' Latest News & Update: VR Support Possible, Team Keeping it Behind Closed Doors? Will There Be a Different Game?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Dec 01, 2016 08:58 AM EST

"Dark Souls 3" apparently has some ideas in mind when it comes to making their title grow further. This includes the title's acquisition of virtual reality compatibility, which may be the case soon enough if not never.

The Bandai Namco title "Dark Souls 3" became one of the most intriguingly appealing title to date, and with the recent downloadable content being the focus, there are some that may not ask for more. However, the company seems to have something more than just content planned, as it came from the mouths of the team behind it.

As seen in YouTube post, it "Dark Souls 3" Producer Atsuo Yoshimura was quick to discuss the questions thrown at him by host Julia Hardy in the 2016 Golden Joystick Awards. Majority of which inquired about the tendency of the title to go virtual reality, wherein Yoshimura claims that they are allegedly hoping so. Given that the generation of games today have done so, the title is expected to also ride with the trend, especially with such visual elements.

Previous reports also claim that it may have not been an intention to reveal this information on "Dark Souls 3" as early, which is why the hint stays at bay. Some speculations claim that the project may also not be for "Dark Souls 3" itself, but a whole new game altogether. Nonetheless, the possibility of "Dark Souls 3" to emerge with virtual reality support is something that fans may be able to do better with.

"Dark Souls 3" currently has the Ashes of Ariandel downloadable content, whose hype has surrounded the community from the early going. What do you think of "Dark Souls 3" acquiring virtual reality? Let us know what you think in the comments section below. Stay posted for more on the freshest news and updates only here at GamenGuide.

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