It looks like From Software's highly anticipated action RPG will not appear the upcoming E3 show. Reliable industry insider Jeff Grubb states that the game will not be at the Xbox showcase, therefore it's not going to be at E3 at all.
From Software's next big game called Elden Ring is yet to be properly revealed even though it's been almost two years since we got the first cinematic trailer at Xbox's E3 2019 show. Since then, it's been complete radio silence from the developers, who have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to some reports.
If you are one of those fans that hope to see the game at the upcoming E3 show, we have some bad news for you. According to reliable Jeff Grubb, Elden Ring is set to miss the Xbox E3 showcase, theref0roe it's not going to be at E3 at all.
In his latest Game Mess episode, Grubb states that the development of the game is also held back by last-gen consoles in addition to COVID-19 troubles.
"The other problem, besides COVID, is probably cross-gen development. I think that the last-gen platforms are still giving the development team a lot of issues. I don't think the game will be completely broken [on last-gen consoles] or run like trash but it's still causing problems."
Jeff Grubb has been wrong about Elden Ring in the past but we have been hearing some rumblings about how the game won't even hit the 2021 release window, which seems to suggest that these abovementioned issues could be real.
But, as always with leaks and rumours, we suggest you take this one with a grain of salt until we get official confirmation.