Elden Ring will reportedly release in Spring 202119th August 2020
Fans of FromSoftware have been given new hope after a rumour has circulated suggesting Elden Ring will release in Spring 2021.
The hotly anticipated video game was first unveiled at E3 2019 though, since then there has been little information shared about it.
The upcoming title is being developed by the creators of Dark Souls and the project even has ‘A Song of Fire and Ice’ (Game of Thrones) mastermind George R.R. Martin involved.
The author is tipped to be compiling the lore for Elden Ring and this has led many to believe the game’s world will be far more grandiose than any other FromSoftware title.
Given there has been next to nothing announced since its official unveiling, fans have relied on all sorts of rumours and rumblings to learn anything about the game.
However, reports are now surfacing from a supposed insider who claims the development of the title is on track for a Spring 2021 release.
“The game is doing fine. Don’t worry,” he told Alt Char. He then teased “history could repeat itself”.
This is likely a reference to Dark Souls 2 which debuted shortly after the release of the PS4 and Xbox One.
The next-generation consoles are slated for release during the Holiday season of 2020, which means Elden Ring could finally arrive a few months later.
Although, there is still no news on whether it will be available for the PS5 and Xbox Series X, or just the current console iterations.
While fans will no doubt want to believe the current rumours, it is worth noting that FromSoftware has still not provided an official release date.
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