Game of Thrones is over, at least as a TV phenomenon. Author George R.R. Martin is still working on two books to finish the series that spawned the show. He's also consulting on a game.
Martin posted an entry on his blog Monday to sift through his feelings about the . He also mentioned his many other projects including TV shows, shorts films and a game.
"I've consulted on a video game out of Japan," Martin said.
There was no mention of what company he's working with, but rumors have been circulating for months that Martin will work with Japan-based From Software, developer of Dark Souls and the recently released Sekiro.
The first mention of a collaboration between the author and a developer came in March when the Spawn Wave YouTube channel released a video about the rumor. On Tuesday, Gematsu reported about a partnership that has been in the works for the past three years with Japan-based Bandai Namco, the publisher of Dark Souls.
There are no specifics on whether the game will be a brand new one from the developer or a sequel to one of its previous games, but the rumor is that it's an open-world game and not based on Game of Thrones.
If the rumor is true, Gematsu reported, then a game announcement could take place during Microsoft'spress conference on June 9. It's unclear what Microsoft's relationship to the game may be.