Our reader ‘Sid’ has informed us about a new, teaser website from Obsidian Entertainment. According to this site, a new game is under development by this talented studio. Yes yes, all of Obsidian’s games were buggy as hell but there is no doubt that this company can deliver good games, provided they get the time to polish them before release.
As we can see at the teaser site, number 4 is encircled by a dragon that eats its own tail. This looks familiar, right? Well before claiming that this is an Elder Scrolls game (Elder Scrolls Online has an idenctical logo), let us tell you that this is an Ouroboros symbol. In case you’re unaware of, the Ouroboros or Uroborus is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon eating its own tail. So no, this is not related to Bethesda’s series. However, it indicates that this could be a fantasy game. In addition, there is the following encrypted message:
“What do the words mean?
Nothing. The Dirge of Eir Glanfath is sound without form, a lone voice crying out in mourning because it must.”
Taking a closer look at the source code of this website, we’re welcomed with another hidden message that reads:
“To tenderness, fellowship. To fellowship, vigilance. So bring we all to the Night Market. I am the Spindle of Esenath. Know me by my light and stand with me in darkness.”
There are some rumors about a possible Dungeon Siege 4 title, however nothing is certain at this point.
Obsidian has also created a forum to spark interest and speculation, so be sure to check it out.
We’ll be sure to keep you posted on this, so stay tuned for more!
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