Good news, everyone: Elden Ring is still alive. The FromSoftware title, which has pretty much remained silent since its reveal at E3 2019, has been subject to many a rumour over the last few months. There's been talk of development hell and even cancellations, but there's never been any concrete evidence to back up these claims...
So says Grubb
Last week, we reported on the fact that the Elden Ring Reddit community was placing its hopes of a long-awaited reveal on tomorrow's Xbox Games Showcase. It made sense to us -- marketing rights are assumed to be wrapped up with the team in green and it's been more than a year since that initial announcement. However, industry insider...
At the Xbox Games Showcase
Seriously, what has happened to Elden Ring? It has now been more than an entire year since the latest From Software project was revealed and we haven't seen anything of it since. We're not about to give up on it just yet, it'll surely come out at some point in the future, but we can't deny that the long, long wait is...
Kitamura is back
It's so strange to think that this is the first piece of official information we've received for Elden Ring ever since its unveiling at E3 2019 nearly a year ago. From Software's next big project has gone completely into hiding, but a small snippet of news posted to Twitter two days ago will surely delight those who loved the...
Prepare to wait
Where art thou, Elden Ring? The collaborative project which brings From Software and George R.R. Martin under a single roof has been missing in action ever since its announcement at E3 2019, nearly nine months ago to the day. It's certainly out of character for the developer, with many of its more recent projects launching less than...
It's just a video
Elden Ring, where art thou? From Software's next spin-off of the Dark Souls franchise has been missing in action ever since its announcement at E3 2019, leading excited fans to become more and more worried about its development
Supposed alpha test isn't real
Remember Elden Ring? The collaborative effort between From Software and Game of Thrones' George R.R. Martin was one of E3 2019's biggest announcements, but we've heard absolutely nothing from the project since. The radio silence already has the Souls community a little bit nervous, but the fake leaks currently doing...
Development began following Dark Souls 3
Elden Ring was finally announced yesterday after numerous rumours and leaks. This is the next action RPG from, er, From Software, created by Hidetaka Miyazaki in collaboration with fantasy novelist George R.R. Martin. Unfortunately, following its CG reveal
Seems pretty armless
The long-rumoured collaboration between From Software and George R.R. Martin is real, everyone. Elden Ring has been confirmed, and it's got a typically moody debut trailer. Watch it above. It seems to be a little on the creepy side, but this looks like high fantasy through and through. We aren't much clearer than that on what...
And it's coming to PS4
It was rumoured and now it’s real: Elden Ring is the next PlayStation 4 game from acclaimed Japanese developer From Software – and it’s being helmed by Bloodborne director Hidetaka Miyazaki and, incredibly, Game of Thrones writer George R.R. Martin. It’ll likely be officially unveiled duri