Elden Ring, the hotly anticipated new game from Dark Souls engineer FromSoftware, has at long last emerged from covering up. Distributer Bandai Namco gave fans another gander at the epic dream pretending game throughout Thursday’s Summer Game Fest Kickoff Live stream.
The new trailer for Elden Ring showed interactivity interestingly, ongoing interaction that will look exceptionally recognizable to fanatics of Dark Souls, Bloodborne, and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. We likewise got a delivery date — Jan. 21, 2022 — and stages. Elden Ring is coming to current-gen and last-gen consoles, just as PC.
Elden Ring seems to have numerous components recognizable to Dark Souls players: swords and divination, summonable partners, and goliath legendary beasts to fight. In any case, it likewise has something fanatics of FromSoftware aren’t acquainted with: ponies!
Look at new 4K pictures of Elden Ring in the display beneath.
The last time we heard anything about Elden Ring was in June 2019, when Bandai Namco and FromSoftware formally uncovered the game. Elden Ring was pitched at that year’s E3 as FromSoftware’s “biggest game to date,” and is supposed to be set in a “rambling domain saturated with a rich and wicked history” made by Dark Souls maker Hidetaka Miyazaki and Game of Thrones maker George R.R. Martin.
Miyazaki has said that Elden Ring will be “loaded with things that we couldn’t do in the Dark Souls arrangement.” The game will center “all the more vigorously on RPG components,” Miyazaki said in a meeting from 2019, and “will incorporate a wide assortment of weapons, wizardry, and approaches to draw in adversaries, that makes it conceivable to furnish clients with a style of ongoing interaction and procedure that suits them.”
FromSoftware fans have since been wracked with Elden Ring-data withdrawal, driving the local area to make up for the shortfall with its own, self-made legend.
Elden Ring is coming to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X one year from now.