Can you imagine an Elden Ring mixed with Tarkov? Miyazaki himself is thinking about it

Hidetaka Miyazaki, the father of the Souls saga, has become one of the leading figures more powerful of the entire video game industry. Being highly influential, its impact in the middle is undoubtedly, but that does not mean that he does not take inspiration from other video games. Now, thanks to his latest statements, we have a strange mental image: what would a mix between Dark Souls and Escape From Tarkov be like?

The soulslike genre is no stranger to include multiplayer elements in their worlds, but quite the opposite. Although we tend to think of them as campaigns singleplayer, there is a lot of connectivity with other players. With that in mind, it is possible that one of the multiplayer today’s most popular can influence the future of the franchise.

Speaking with colleagues from the specialized portal IGN, the Japanese creative came across a key question: what kind of trends, ideas or new video game technologies inspire or excite you? Immediately, he did not hesitate to say that multiplayer video games are something that he has in mind, and among them used Escape From Tarkov as an example.

”The multiplayer elements, both in terms of technology and design […] I am very interested in them as a fan and as a creator., for example. […] Other industry peers continue to modernize online multiplayer features and design to change the way players engage with the gameplay, and how they themselves are. used as elements of gameplay. That’s why I’m paying attention to those elements,” said the director and creator of Elden Ring and the souls saga.

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Despite this, taking the example of the BattleState Games multiplayer shooter, I’m sure it would do it in a very peculiar way. Yes indeed, surely have to wait to check what is the next novelty that the creator will include in his future works. Right now, we know that he is deep into creating the first DLC for Elden Ring, Shadow of the Erdtree.