This morning we were informed of the possibility that the name Elden Ring was the new videogame of FromSoftware, one that, as all the rumors pointed out, had the collaboration of George R.R. Martin, author of the novels of Song of Ice and Fire on which the popular television series of Game of Thrones is based. Now, it has been confirmed.
What was a rumor by the work and grace of the analyst Daniel Ahmad, one of the best-known figures for leaks in the world, has ended up being confirmed with a leak of information through from Bandai Namco’s official website, which distributes the project. This has allowed us to know some first details about the title.
It is the largest game from Software to date. Elden Ring is defined as an Action RPG for PC, PS4 and Xbox One that, from the moment, there is no specific launch date for what they define as “the largest software game to date”, something especially worthy considering that we are talking about the veteran authors of the Souls saga or the most recent Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. A whole institution in the video game industry in recent years.
This is an action and adventure title, as we say with strong rolero components, set in a fantasy world created between Hidetaka Miyazaki, the main ideologist of the study, and George RR himself Martin. A universe in which we are recommended “to be vigilant since any danger may be lurking”.
The rumors of the game, which at least in its base have proved to be true, pointed to it being a product which has been in development for three years now and which would be a much more open profile adventure than previous studio works. In it we would embody a character that travels between several kings assassinating their rulers and taking over their supernatural abilities and powers.
The rumor, likewise, that the video game was going to be presented at the conference of Microsoft that is celebrated tomorrow night. Do you want to follow it closely? Do not hesitate to consult our panel of dates and times of E3 2019 to know exactly when it begins and where to see it in the pages of the magazine.
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