According to the latest rumour from Reddit, FromSoftware have decided to internally delay Elden Ring to 2022. If true, this will certainly come as a huge disappointment for many players.
FromSoftware's upcoming action RPG is probably one of the most anticipated games of the last couple of years. Announced back at E3 2019, Elden Ring was rumoured to be releasing in 2020 but unfortunately, the game still does not have a release date and if the latest rumours are true, it may stay that way for a while.
Before we start discussing the rumour, please remember to take everything you are about to read with a dose of scepticism, since it's just a rumour, posted by throwaway account on Reddit, and nothing more. Rumours like this one are usually fake but sometimes they can turn out to be legit but until a reliable source confirms or denies it, don't take it as gospel.
The rumour states that Elden Ring has been delayed to 2022. Apparently, the decision has been made internally and won't be shared to the public since the game does not have a release date anyway.
And that's about it, the person who posted this info seems pretty confident in their sources but like we already said, this is just a rumour and nothing more.
We have to say that this is not entirely impossible since we have not heard about Elden Ring for more than a year now but some reliable sources like Jeff Grubb have said that we won't have to wait for much longer. Grubb hinted that Elden Ring news would be coming in the months ahead. Fingers crossed this is actually the truth.
You can check out the full Reddit post below:
Additionally, the Reddit post includes some info on FromSoftware's brand new game, which will be an Xbox exclusive and it's coming two years after Elden Ring. It's a souls-like game set in a futuristic setting with a hybrid character that can climb large buildings. Microsoft's Turn 10 studio are reportedly helping FromSoftware with the project, similar to how Sony Japan helped with Bloodborne.