Demon's Souls remake will stay true to its roots

Demon's Souls remake will stay true to its roots

All remake creators inevitably face the same dilemma: on the one hand, it is necessary to maintain continuity with the original, on the other, it would not hurt to somehow modernize all this, so as not to alienate the modern public.

It seems that the upcoming Demon's Souls remake will have no problem with continuity. In an interview with Gamespot, Bluepoint Games' creative director Gavin Moore assured that the new game will remain true to the spirit of the original, since everyone in the studio is loyal fans of FromSoftware's brainchild and game director Hidetaka Miyazaki, who once set the "gold standard".

The creators (of the original Demon's Souls - Ed. ) Miyazaki and FromSoftware gave us their blessings and were very happy to know how far we have come in making the remake," Moore said. "I mean, they just expressed their approval but not directly involved in the production of the game. Development of the remake was taken over entirely by Worldwide Studios and Bluepoint Games, but we made sure to stay true to the original vision of the original creators. This is incredibly important. We are huge fans of Miyazaki games, and therefore we make sure what we have created is in line with his vision, the gold standard. 

The release of the Demon's Souls remake will take place on November 19.

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