If you thought Dark Souls III was too easy compared to its predecessors, Ashes of Ariandel might be for you. Even though this first DLC is more challenging than the main game, From Software didn't want to alienate themselves from those who discovered the series with the third episode, hence the presence of many bonfires. Still, the early steps in the extension are a bit rough, even with a high level character, as it tends to be much more frequent to be surrounded by enemies, not to mention some of the new foes that can sometimes be even more dangerous than some of the bosses of the main game. The only downside, if you're not interested in the PVP features, is that it doesn't take much more than 2 hours to complete the DLC, with only 2 new bosses to defeat.
I believe they began pre-production on their next game immediately after Advanced Warfare went gold. That doesn't necessarily mean they landed on World War 2 immediately. (7 minutes ago)
@b0vril: Really? Three years? It will have been almost exactly 3 years from Sledgehammer's last game come November. It's only been two and a half years since their last COD came out :P (8 minutes ago)
@Tinks: What would it look like if it wasn't blatant? (11 minutes ago)
followed for sure. It's really hard to ignore how blatant it is (15 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Did they follow though? I mean appareantly it's been in development for 3 years. (25 minutes ago)