All it took was an innocuous tweet from From Software about Elden Ring, one of the most anticipated role-playing games in development, to set fans off.It’s fair to say there hasn’t been much news on Elden Ring, From Software’s collaboration with A Song of Ice and Fire author George A. A. Martin, since it was announced at E3 2019 with the trailer, below. Since then, From Software fans have hoped for new information at every possible juncture, but alas, nothing.Could Elden Ring be dead? Not today, anyway. That’s because From Software replied to one of its own tweets about an update to Sekiro to acknowledge Elden Ring fans and their plight.”We also greatly appreciate all the enthusiasm and support shown for Elden Ring, our next dark fantasy action RPG. We hope you look forward to it.” We also greatly appreciate all the enthusiasm and support shown for “ELDEN RING”, our next Dark Fantasy Action RPG. We hope you look forward to it. pic.twitter.com/NOUBeacOPd— FROMSOFTWARE (@fromsoftware_pr) October 31, 2020 This content is hosted on an external platform, which will only display it if you accept targeting cookies. Please enable cookies to view. Manage cookie settings That tweet set off a chain… Read full this story
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