All in all, if this does prove to be accurate, then it will surely be disappointing to many who have patiently been waiting to see more of Elden Ring in some capacity. At this point in time, it has been nearly two years since Bandai Namco first revealed the title at E3 2019. Although we’ll surely see more of it eventually, it’s just a bummer that we might have to keep waiting longer than expected. When it comes to why Elden Ring might not be showing up at another major gaming event once again, Grubb said that development constraints that came about as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic hurt FromSoftware more than many other companies. As such, the studio is now said to be too focused on trying to get the game to a point where it can actually release in the future that it can’t afford to create a demo or new trailer in time for E3 2021. Grubb also went on to stress that Elden Ring isn’t in danger of being canceled or anything of the sort and that it will still launch one day.
For now, the only thing we know about Elden Ring for certain is that it’s slated to release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC at an undetermined date. At this point, next-gen versions for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X will likely come about as well, although Bandai Namco has yet to confirm this. Grubb did stress, however, that he’s not entirely certain that Elden Ring won’t be shown off in any capacity and left the door open to the possibility just a bit. “But there is still the small possibility that something will happen. I know Bandai Namco still wants to make something happen,” he said.
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