The E3 2019 gaming conference has already finished, but there were lots of confirmations and leaks being made, such as the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, many more others, and also the topic of this article, Elden Ring for the Xbox console.
If you are a fan of the Dark Souls game series created by famous Hidetaka Miyazaki, or Software’s game A Song of Ice and Fire, and its mastermind George R. R. Martin, you might be interested of the fantasy world, the two developers are co-creating for a brand new name: Elden Ring.
The game’s first trailer was revealed during Microsoft’s E3 2019 press conference. It seems to be quite peculiar and vague as you’d think a Hidetaka Miyazaki game would look like. The trailer depicts weird fantasy characters, an enigmatic magic ring, which was broken a long time ago. The sky is burning, and some creepy arms appear, making the trailer quite opaque.
Elden Ring, the co-production of Hidetaka Miyazaki and George R. R. Martin, revealed at E3 2019
Fans hope that the new game will have a more robust story than previous Souls games, due to Martin’s engagement. In a statement, Hidetaka Miyazaki described the fantasy world development collaboration “a genuinely delightful experience and a source of wonderful inspiration.”
He also added that the team is putting a lot of work to make sure that the world of Elden Ring will be a fascinating experience for fans and an incredible place for players to explore. The game’s world will be filled with hazard and wonder from its maximum reaches to its lowest depths.
Elden Ring is a FromSoftware title from top to bottom, abounding with fantasy and role-playing game (RPG) action, Hidetaka Miyazaki proceeded to say. The Elden Ring release date has not been announced quite yet, but the 2019 E3 press conference might bring some news and details about it.
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