Elden Ring May Not Be Shown in 2020

After the announcement of Elden Ring at E3 2019, the information about the game has come to us by an editor. Unfortunately, all these details have not been shared through trailers or gameplay previews, but through interviews.

Fans have given up hope of learning more about the game, especially due to delays caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the cancellation of E3 2020. Well, information emerged that seems to confirm that we still have a long time to know news about the promising project of Bandai Namco and FromSoftware.

As we informed you yesterday, rumors are circulating that Bloodborne will finally cease to be exclusive to PlayStation 4 and will come to PlayStation 5 and PC. Well, one of the people who assure that FromSoftware is preparing surprises is Imran Khan, a member of the industry, who, instead of commenting on the Bloodborne rumors for PC, affirmed that there are various reasons for fans of the Japanese studio to be happy in the “next two years.”

What is most striking is that Khan mentioned that “things that people think are hitting 2020 might not hit 2020 or even be shown in 2020,” making clear reference to Elden Ring, taking into account that many expect that the title will release sometime this year.

Bandai Namco, however, has never spoken of a possible release date, and no date is even known when it will reveal more content about the game. Also, Elden Ring is the only project FromSoftware is known to be running, so it is highly likely that Khan has referenced this game.

Elden Ring is expected to release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, but in case the game doesn’t show this year, it’s highly likely that it will also launch on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.