Elden Ring listing on Target's online shop suggests that the game is set to arrive on June 30, 2021. However, it's possible that the date is just a placeholder and nothing more.
Elden Ring release date is yet to be revealed by the developer FromSoftware and if the rumours about the reveal at The Game Awards show are fake, then it will probably take a while before we get any info from the devs.
FromSoftware's next major action RPG, which was originally scheduled for release in 2020, has been delayed internally according to some reliable industry insiders, and will probably release sometime in 2021.
Major American retailer Target believe the game will be coming in mid-2021. On the online shop, Target have set June 31, 2021, as the release date for Elden Ring. Now, before you activate full hype mode we suggest you take this with a dose of scepticism since it's entirely possible that the release date is just a simple placeholder.
You may know how many retailers put December 31 as a release date for games that don't have a specific launch date but are scheduled to arrive in Q4. June 30 is basically the same thing - retailers use it as a placeholder for mid-year releases.
Elden Ring is currently in development for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It's safe to assume that PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S versions are also in the works but FromSoftware are yet to officially confirm this.