A strange rumor has been spreading through the gaming community that Elden Ring has been canceled. While these rumors’ origins are unknown, the lengthy silence between any formal announcements or details about the game likely contributes to the ongoing belief and apparent validity of them.
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Sony is gearing up to kick-off the Taipei Game Show 2020 early next month, but the lineup for the games event is up for your viewing pleasure and among the list are games that you may not know about or may know like Tales of Arise, Elden Ring, Trials of Mana, and Nioh 2. Continue reading “Tales Of Arise, Elden Ring, Trials Of Mana, And Nioh 2 To Appear At Sony’s TPGS 2020”
Last E3 during Microsoft’s conference From Software unveiled their next game was being made in collaboration with George R. R. Martin, and it would see a return to their classic formula. Despite delivering a few interviews on the nature of Elden Ring there has been no release window provided. Continue reading “Elden Ring Release Window Leaked in New Year’s Card”
We’ve reported that Hidetaka Miyazaki and George R. R. Martin’s Elden Ring will break away from the usual world design found across multiple FromSoftware titles like Dark Souls 1-3 via introducing gamers to an open world. We also briefly touched on the game’s character customization in the past, but Miyazaki recently offered more insight into Elden Ring’s protagonist. Continue reading “Hidetaka Miyazaki Says Elden Ring Will Have A Character Creator”
It should come in as no surprise that Hidetaka Miyazaki and George R. R. Martin’s forthcoming game Elden Ring will sport elements of Dark Souls. Well, in a recent interview, Miyazaki states that fans can expect Elden Ring to be a third-person action-RPG set in a fantasy world “heavily based on Dark Souls.” Continue reading “Miyazaki Says Elden Ring Is A Third-Person Action-RPG Set In A Fantasy World”
It looks like FromSoftware has a new game in the works for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Rumors floating about in the past that Hidetaka Miyazaki and George R. R. Martin working together to make a game called “Elden Ring” might be a thing according to new leaks. Continue reading “Hidetaka Miyazaki And George R. R. Martin’s Game Reportedly Named Elden Ring”