Rather, it's an "original animation inspired by an upcoming Bandai Namco Entertainment project". So inevitably, when the publisher makes a teaser for a new project, there is something to salivate. The graphic novel art style in the trailer may not be indicative of the final game, and might just be showing off what to expect.
Bandai Namco's up to something, and it's anyone's guess as to what that is.
"As mentioned, we really don't know anything aside from "#PrepareToDine", which does support the vampire theory but little else.
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There is no need to say, Bandai Namco knows how to renew its catalog with experiences with different tones, its catalog ranging from racing games to RPG to adventure or FPS.
Nothing has been confirmed about the game so far, but Bandai Namco promises it'll reveal the project in full on April 20, 2017. Stay tuned for more announcements on this exciting new development. Until then, start working up an appetite so you can prepare to dine on whatever the publisher is serving up next week. Either that or if we are very lucky, we will see the game release before the annual expo. Still, if the studio is truly finished with Dark Souls for the time being, then it's certainly not impossible. Considering that "Prepare to dine" seems to be a riff of the popular Dark Souls marketing catchphrase "Prepare to die", one can't help but wonder if From Software might be involved in some way or another.