[UPDATE – Game Is Almost Finished] Elden Ring New Trailer May Be Shown At The Game Awards – Rumor


[Update] Lance McDonald, the man behind the Bloodborne 60 FPS PlayStation 4 Pro patch, added more fuel to the fire, revealing that Elden Ring is almost finished and From Software is apparently waiting to show it publicly. This information comes from contractors who are supposedly working on the game.

[Original Story] Each time a new gaming event is on the horizon, rumors about a new Elden Ring trailer surface online. Is a new trailer getting shown next week at The Game Awards? We do not know, but there are hints that something may indeed be brewing.

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Kinda Funny's Imran Kahn, who provided information correctly in the past, suggested on Twitter that there are some reasonable hints that an Elden Ring trailer is coming soon, possibly at The Game Awards, as multiple Bandai Namco marketing people have been retweeting and even unretweeting TGA stuff.

As Bandai Namco publishes Cyberpunk 2077, which releases on December 10th, the day this year's The Game Awards will be held, the publisher may be trying to generate some more hype for the role-playing game by CD Projekt RED, which is likely to make some sort of appearance during the show. At the same time, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice was teased for the first time during The Game Awards a few years back, so there's indeed the chance that we may finally see more of Elden Ring next week.

Elden Ring has been announced last year during Microsoft's E3 press conference. Following its announcement, nothing else has been said about the game, but it seems like development has been proceeding well, as Phil Spencer confirmed last month that he played the game recently.

As somebody who's played all of Miyazaki's games over at least the last decade, this is clearly the most ambitious game that he's done. I mean, I love his games, but seeing some of the gameplay mechanics stuff that he's tackling, he and the team are tackling this time, of the setting, working with another creator in terms of story. I love it.

Elden Ring is currently in development for PC and consoles. A release date has yet to be confirmed.