According to the latest info from NeoGaf user Arctos, From Software's action RPG is set to release sometime between October 1 and December 31 2020. It is currently in bug-fixing and optimising phase. The game is also planned for next-gen consoles.
From Software fans have been craving for more info about Elden Ring ever since the beloved developer revealed their game at E3 2019. Since then, we have radio silence from the studio, who are currently working on their biggest project yet.
The information about Elden Ring is pretty scarce and the release date is yet to be set but thanks to the latest info from NeoGaf user Arctos, we may finally have a date to look forward to.
Before we dive into the info, let's just remind you that everything you are about to read is unconfirmed, far from official info so it is entirely possible that it is fake. That being said, it would not be the first time that we get exclusive and accurate info from NeoGaf.
Arctos claims that Elden Ring is coming to next-gen consoles in addition to PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Apparently, the release window is set for fiscal Q3, which is the period from October 1 to December 31 in the Japanese fiscal year.
On top of this, NeoGaf user claims that players should not expect much from the next-gen version, which should run in higher resolution and potentially 60 FPS.
As for the state of the development, the game is playable from "beginning to end" and is currently in the bug-fixing/optimising stage along with next-gen porting.
We have to say that the info sounds pretty realistic and expected which gives this leak credibility but as always, take it with a grain of salt. If the info is indeed correct, then we should start seeing more of Elden Ring in the upcoming months, potentially at the next-gen events from Sony and Microsoft in June and July 2020, respectively.