Elden Ring, announced on E3 2019, is probably Software's most ambitious RPG: it's not just a collaboration with George R.R. Martin, an author of Game of Thrones, but it is also the first trip from the studio to a more open format. As a result, the hunger for information feels more frenzy than with earlier From games, but the drought seems to end.
Elden Ring will appear on the Taipei Game Show next month as part of the presence of Sony. The show takes place between 6 and 9 February and although the game cannot be played in the showroom, it is likely that we will at least get a new trailer.
It has been a long time since we heard about the game, although Target recently announced a release date of June 30, 2020. Although that is far from confirmed, the game has been under development since 2017 (shortly after the last Dark Souls 3 DLC was sent), and considering how fast games are being pumped out by Software, this is within the possibilities.
Here is the E3 2019 trailer:
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