After a two-year hiatus, Elden Ring received a new trailer at Summer Game Fest today, plus a January 21, 2022 release date for both new and latest consoles.
The long-awaited Elden Ring trailer is filled with familiar elements for fans of From Software’s Souls: massive enemies, giant, dark fantasy worlds. and spirits from other worlds that may help (or hurt) players in terms of gameplay. This game is very much a From Souls game.
There’s something in the first trailer in the Elden Ring trailer, such as the vehicle, when players see horses flying around the world. From the trailer, it’s clear that Elden Ring is bigger than any Souls game from Software has ever made. And because the mystery of the Elden Ring may confuse players after its release. At least we can marvel at the size of the Elden Ring in progress.
The Long Wait for Elden Ring News
The Elden Ring, first announced at E3 2019, is a well-known collaboration between Dark Souls creator Hidetaka Miyazaki and George RR Martin, authors of A Song of Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones), responsible for creating the world and its lore. Elden Ring’s for Miyazaki and the From Soft team to complete.
Despite the blockbuster news that two of the greatest fantasy writers in entertainment are playing games together. But Elden Ring has been dormant for the past two years. This has driven a growing fan community and intense speculation about Elden Ring from Software. Apparently the time has come thanks to the fans for their support. But still withhold important information next time.
It seems the wait that allowed From Software not only revealed a new gameplay trailer. but also the release date And there’s going to be a lot more for the community to chew on until it’s released in 2022. Who is the mystery woman? (You are the key to Souls) What is Elden Ring or Golden Order? And who is wearing the colossal crown at the end of the trailer?
Screenshots of Elden Ring Summer Game Fest
Summer Game Fest arrives ahead of this week’s E3 2021, which will include game shows from Xbox, Square Enix, Ubisoft, Nintendo, Devolver Digital, and more. E3 2021 and its surrounding events also make up IGN’s Summer of Gaming (to not to be confused with Summer Game Fest), which will include additional game announcements this week and beyond.
If you’re enjoying Summer Game Fest, be sure to check out IGN’s E3 2021 schedule and everything else planned for Summer of Gaming at IGN.
Matt TM Kim is IGN’s news editor.