Elden Ring Release Date Gets Pushed Back But Might Reveal Gameplay Trailer Soon
If the breakneck speed of the gameplay does not shock you, George R.R. Martin's writing surely will
Rumors have been flying all over the internet about Elden Ring ever since it was revealed back in the day and now we’ve gotten more information saying that the game was about to be released in March 2020 but due to the global pandemic, it looks like the game will be pushed further by a couple of months.
This revelation comes from taepo who revealed this piece of information on ResetEra. Elden Ring has been one of the most awaited games in recent times and looking back at the success of previous games like Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Elden Ring had a lot of hype going around it.
Elden Ring Release Date
While Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice managed to wow audiences by releasing in the month of March, it had relatively fewer games to compete with, now with the delay of Elden Ring. It is possible that Elden Ring might have to make a huge splash during E3 2021.
While official sources haven’t revealed much about Elden Ring apart from a couple of trailers and a few snippets. Fans have been eagerly waiting to see what George R. R. Martin and Hidetaka Miyazaki’s collaborative efforts can bring together to the world.
It is for certain that the story and gameplay will be industry-leading, but without gameplay reveal or much information to go with, fans are certainly feeling left out and without hope. Hopefully, the information is true about a possible reveal during The Game Awards 2020 and we might even get to see gameplay footage with a confirmed release time window.
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