What you need to know
- Elden Ring was first announced back at E3 2019.
- Since then, new information has been sparse and new footage or trailers nonexistent.
- Today, a few snippets of blurred footage leaked from what is reportedly an internal use trailer
Yes, really. If you've been waiting for news or even a new glimpse of FromSoftware and Bandai Namco's upcoming Elden Ring, there's a little something today. A few seconds of footage from what is reportedly an internal trailer for Elden Ring have leaked. These blurry, camera-off-screen glimpses might seem like the stereotypical fake leak but have been stated to be accurate by multiple reputable journalists and analysts, such as Jason Schreier at Bloomberg.
So, if you don't want to see these bits of footage, you should leave now. If you're curious, you can look below.
This isn't from me, but I needed some way to share it elsewhere for those who care. #EldenRing pic.twitter.com/YxUNH9Fq2KThis isn't from me, but I needed some way to share it elsewhere for those who care. #EldenRing pic.twitter.com/YxUNH9Fq2K— AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem (@AestheticGamer1) March 1, 2021March 1, 2021
Horseback combat was previously confirmed and a fire-breathing dragon is just classic FromSoftware at this point, so nothing here is really too surprising. Hopefully this means we'll soon see a full new trailer in an official capacity later this year. Lots of games are being delayed, so we wouldn't expect to see Elden Ring actually release before 2022.
The one that started it all
If you like Souls-like then you have Demon's Souls to thank. If you want to play this cult classic, you soon will be able to thanks to a PS5 remake that launched with the console. It's available to purchase now.
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