The year is slowly coming to an end and will most likely end without any new information about Elden Ring. Since the announcement in June 2019 there have been rumors about the new From Software project, but the team has been officially silent since then. After there had already been reports at the beginning of the month that the development of Elden Ring would soon end, another journalist commented on this topic in a podcast.
This is Francesco Fossetti, the author of the Italian publication "Everyeye" is working. According to his information, From Software is said to have already started polishing. This would mean Elden Ring is already in the final phase and developers are working on the fine-tuning of the title. The pandemic is said to have postponed the release allegedly planned for this year to the coming year.
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According to Fossetti, the project has been in development for more than four years. In addition, the game has many similarities with Dark Souls. Fans should nevertheless be cautious about the journalist's claims. When we will see new material from Elden Ring remains unclear. In addition to Hidetaka Miyazaki, author George R. R. Martin was also involved in the creation of the game world. From Software only released a project in 2019 with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Elden Ring has been announced for PC, PS4, and Xbox One so far.
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