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Elden Ring, new details directly from the director Miyazaki

Elden Ring stars in an interesting interview with director Hidetaka Miyazaki. Many details emerge on the work. Interviewed by Famitsu, Hidetaka Miyazaki had the opportunity to strip the expected Elden Ring from that aura of mystery. Before...
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SGF 2021 - Elden Ring will be released on January 21, 2022

It's not a joke! Elden Ring has finally balanced itself during the Summer Game Fest 2021, with a new gameplay trailer which, as icing on the cake, has confirmed the release date of the latest effort ...
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Elden Ring could be postponed further

Kadokawa Corp, the conglomerate that owns From Software, recently released its revenues for fiscal year 2021. In an investor presentation regarding future scenarios, Kadokawa hinted that its ...

Elden Ring, a leak heralds the possible reveal during E3 2021

The reveal of Elden Ring could take place during E3 2021, at least according to the recent leaks. Here is the possible date. The new title of From Software has disappeared from the radar for some time now, in fact, in addition to ...
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Rumor - Elden Ring gameplay trailer leaked online

Elden Ring is one of those games that everyone is waiting for, but nothing is known about. Announced at E3 2019, the latest effort by Hidetaka Miyazaki and his From Software team is one of the most ...
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The background of the first Elden Ring Teaser revealed

But you remember the first trailer and only trailer of Elden Ring, presented during E3 2019. It seems centuries have passed, yet to date this is the only official trailer on the new Hidetaka game ...
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Phil Spencer played at Elden Ring

Elden Ring is one of the most anticipated games of recent years. Hidetaka Miyazaki's new work with writer George RR Martin is still in full development, but apparently the ...
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Rumor - Elden Ring absent at Gamescom, possibly announcement at The Game Awards

Let's be honest with ourselves: Elden Ring is a dream, and it never really existed. From Software's latest odyssey, written in collaboration with none other than George RR Martin, has remained ...

Elden Ring - Miyazaki releases a lot of information about the game

After a brilliant Sekiro, yet another proof of the quality of FromSoftware titles, Elden Ring was the protagonist of this E3 2019. We still don't know much about the title made together with the author of Game of Thrones: initially it was supposed to be ...

[E3 Microsoft] Elden Ring announced, new IP from From Software

During the Microsoft E3 conference, the first trailer of Elden Ring, the rumored new IP from From Software, was shown. The game is made by Hidetaka Miyazaki, father of Dark Souls and Bloodborne, ...
E3 2019, some details on the collaboration between RR Martin and FromSoftware have been revealed

E3 2019, some details on the collaboration between RR Martin and FromSoftware have been revealed

A short distance from the Bandai Namco show at E3, a very tasty leak has been leaked that could contain a lot of information on the publisher's projects. Among these would seem to be the result of the much talked about collaboration between ...

The Australian rating of the Castlevania Advance Collection appears

The Australian committee dedicated to videogame classification has registered in the last few hours the classification of a new title linked to Castlevania. We're talking about ...

Bayonetta 3 - According to Nintendo "Development is progressing well"

Although in the last Nintendo Direct dedicated to E3 2021 the Japanese company has bombarded its users on the latest updates related to franchises such as The Legend of ...

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