Where did Elden Ring go? A question that the whole community has been asking for months now, but according to a reliable insider, we could be really close to succulent news for the From Software game.
Elden Ring has been one of the most anticipated games since its presentation at E3 2019. The game is not only the new production from the creators of Dark Souls, Bloodborne and Sekiro, but will also see collaboration in the development of George RR Martinthe man behind game of Thrones.
The duo created a great anticipation from the whole community, eager to see what Miyazaki and Martin would be able to create together. However, much to the chagrin of fans, From Software has been substantially silent since the game’s presentation, which even made it seem like Elden Ring had been canceled. The software house then clarified, denying the rumors, but fans still await hopeful information on the game.
Information that, according to a very recent indiscretion, they may finally arrive in March.
Journalist Jeff Grubb, usually reliable when it comes to leaks, said during his latest podcast that the highly anticipated information on Elden Ring will be available by the end of March, with From Software therefore appearing ready to talk about the game after a long time. .
Grubb then continues by specifying that such news on Elden Ring could be postponed to April if the software house wanted to take a few more weeks of time, but reiterates that fans should not worry as the news is imminent.
Over the course of the same podcast, Grubb’s colleague Mike also states that the information is correct, but that in the world of video games, especially today, anything can happen. In any case, it seems impossible, according to the two, that E3 2021 will pass without having new details on the Elden Ring.
Elden Ring is currently slated for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Any versions for PS5 and Xbox Series X | S have never been announced, although we can think that From Software will also point to next-generation hardware.
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