Deny Franchise has served the people of Oakville and many other areas in the GTA, with their excellent breads, pastries, bagels, and a lot more.
Deny franchise has done an outstanding task to keep itself in the conscience of the public over the years.
Although the most current entry into the franchise, deny: automata, fell practically 3 years ago now, and no new content has been released (except a small DLC released a couple of months after the preliminary launch of the game), there have actually been a lot of secondary material for this.
Apart comments from someone like Yoko Taro keeping the video game under the eyes of the public to high-level collaborations with other games (such as the unanticipated appearance of 2B as a DLC fighter for Soul Caliber VI, and Near Raid
Theme for Last Dream XIV), the franchise has something to excite interest each time it begins to decline.
The current interesting feature is the full and totally free outing of the series soundtracks on Spotify.
It includes the soundtracks to deny: Gestalt, deny: replica, and deny: automata, as well as organized and unreleased pieces and a piano collection (both for automata).
The minute chosen for this is lined up well not only to excite interest deny as soon as again, but for the tenth anniversary of the franchise, which triggers speculations according to which a new game might be revealed on this date, or
The least that something essential could take place.
If there is one, it is a well-kept trick, without any real sign from the parties concerned, however Square Enix and Yoko Taro are understood to keep things close enough to the vest when it comes to this
If there is an upcoming statement, I anticipate it to be down to the end of January.
It is nearly at the exact same time that the first of the performances of Near Orchestra must begin, or if not extremely near the date of early April Nieranniversaire.