Leaked images from Project Beast; New Project from Sony & From Software

Since the PlayStation 4 was announced last February; There has been a lot of speculation that Demon’s Souls could return for a sequel on the next gen Sony console and now; While its not Demons Souls; It looks like a similar game is coming thanks to Dark Souls & Demons Souls creators; From Software & Sony Japan Studio.

The game coming from Sony Japan Studio & From Software exclusively for PS4 is apparently the secret project of Hidetaka Miyazaki which is currently titled; Project Beast and luckily for us gamers of the world; Somebody has leaked some screenshots from the game which looks brilliant. The screenshots are below however they are low quality but give you an early glimpse at the game before an official announcement.

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As mentioned above and as you can see in the screenshots; The Quality of the pictures is horrible however seeing these screenshots gives us an early glimpse which is only fair considering (As mentioned above) the game hasn’t even been officially announced yet. Some great things I noticed in the screenshots is that the player character kind of looks a bit like a Scarecrow aswell as the fact one of the weapons is a Shotgun. In addition, It looks like they have taken a leap out of Capcom’s book from Resident Evil by including what appears to be Zombie Dogs aswell as a very eerie atmospheric feel.

Right now, No other details other than these screenshots have been revealed for Project Beast but hopefully we will hear more about this at Sony’s E3 Press Conference.

So what do you think? What name would you call this game? Are you excited for a PS4 exclusive game Developed by From Software? Do you think the Player Character looks like a Scarecrow? Be sure to let me know what you think in the comments section below and be sure to stay tuned to UGNN for all your gaming news and reviews and remember to follow us on WordPress, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn & YouTube.

Article by Matt McNamee

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