The 2020 remake of Demon’s Souls has secret objects that players have yet to find, which is typical of FromSoftware’s games, which are noted for their abundance of mysticism. Demon’s Souls still has a few mysteries hidden even after all these years of players combing into the game’s depths in search of every nook and crevice. There is no telling how long it will take enthusiasts to unearth the remaining things considering how much they have already discovered. A remake of Demon’s Souls will be released alongside the PlayStation 5 in November 2020.
Critics praised the game’s fidelity to the original despite the graphical upgrade, and the remake was a commercial success. Remakes and remasters need a delicate balancing act between being true to the source material while also addressing flaws that may have arisen due to the passage of time or the advancement of technology. Demon’s Souls appears to have been given a boost by Bluepoint Games. Demon’s Souls remake has been updated with numerous new items according to a storey from The Gamer citing a well-known dataminer from FromSoftware, Lance McDonald, who claims that four of these things have yet to be located.
However, even though they don’t know where the artefacts are, they do know that they exist and that their names are known, but Lance refuses to reveal them in order to keep the surprise from being spoiled. FromSoftware’s games have a committed fan base that is eager to uncover all of the game’s mysteries, so this is likely to pique the interest of fans of Demon’s Souls and other games from the developer. Jailbroken console users have access to game files and data that non-jailbroken players would never view, which is why data mining is so common in the video game industry. Dataminers are always sifting through games’ source code and looking for hints about what DLC or other content could be forthcoming.
A network test for Elden Ring, the next FromSoftware title, has already revealed some of its character creation features and maybe some plot secrets. Despite the fact that data mining isn’t always fruitful—sometimes files from prior versions of a game are leftover and will never be released—sometimes it pays off, as this appears to be the case. Names and functions indicate that they are likely to be found somewhere in the game. Despite the lack of formal confirmation from Bluepoint Games, enthusiasts will continue to search for these things.
FromSoftware games are known for their abundance of secrets, so this is guaranteed to delight gamers. If you haven’t already, Elden Ring will be out in a few weeks, and it’s also guaranteed to be full of surprises. When it comes to FromSoftware’s games, the sky’s the limit, even with remasters like Demon’s Souls.