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Elden Ring Leaked Concept Art and New Information

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New images of Elden Ring has been leaked online, the images feature the concept art of the game but due to its low quality, they don’t reveal much of the character of the visual fidelity of the game.

Check the leaked images down below:

Elden Ring

New information from the Evereye‘s editor Federico Fossetti, reveals that Elden Ring is near the end of its four-year development process.

The journalist was recently hosted on Twitch in an interview with WesaTwitch where he affirmed that From Software could’ve released Elden Ring earlier this year, however, the development was slowed due to COVID-19.

From Software is allegedly on the polishing stage for the highly anticipated game according to Fossatti’s information, if he is accurate, the game might launch earlier than expected, with a release date to be announced in the following months or weeks.

Fossati also was confident to affirm that players can hope for a similar experience to Dark Souls. It’s also important to mention that Lance McDonald, a renowned data miner for the ‘Souls’ franchise also affirmed that Elden Ring‘s development is near completion.

Check the interview with Federico Fossetti down below:

Back in November, the head of Xbox, Phil Spencer talked about Elden Ring and its Director Hidetaka Miyazaki. The executive said in an interview with Gamespot that the game was already playable and he can confirm that it is Miyazaki’s most ambitious project.

Announced during E3 2019 Elden Ring is being developed by From Software and will be published by Bandai Namco Entertainment, the game is a fantasy action-RPG adventure set within a world created by the Dark Souls creator; and George R.R. Martin, the author of The New York Times best-selling fantasy series, A Song of Ice and Fire and Games of Thrones.

Source: Federico FossettiNeoGaf

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