“Elden Ring” developer FromSoftware released fresh footage from the game earlier today, which shows a sweeping and beautiful panorama. During E3 2019, the famous Japanese company revealed the open-world role-playing game, promising a setting created by Hidetaka Miyazaki and novelist George R.R. Martin. “Elden Ring’s” narrative and key ideas were developed in part by Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin, according to FromSoftware devs.
FromSoftware and its publisher, Bandai Namco Entertainment, are gradually revealing more about what this realm entails. Players may anticipate encountering a variety of enemies while exploring the Lands Between, including gigantic beasts that will make navigating the area rather difficult. While researching the Closed Network Test, which went online a few weeks ago, some folks were fortunate enough to discover this for themselves. A few users even came face to face with previously unseen bosses and terrifying bear beasts after breaking over the confines of “Elden Ring’s” last network test. It’s now up to FromSoftware to show off something new on its own terms.
“Elden Ring’s” official Twitter page posted a new 15-second gameplay footage yesterday, November 30. There is no combat in the footage; in fact, the video is extremely relaxing due to the sights and sounds. While the camera draws back from an armored character sitting cross-legged on a stone platform near a tree bereft of its leaves, beautiful music plays. As the camera pans to the right, the fall season has definitely taken root in this area of “Elden Ring’s” open-world space, as demonstrated by the orange-leaved trees that litter the forest floor. Below is a link to the video in its entirety:
— ELDEN RING (@ELDENRING) November 30, 2021
Teases like this from “Elden Ring’s” social media platforms are becoming increasingly regular as time passes. In fact, Before the Closed Network Test, FromSoftware provided a few facts about the five playable character classes in a Twitter post a few weeks ago, allowing fans to get a good look at 4K models of each class.
The role-playing game was supposed to be released in late January of next year by FromSoftware and Bandai Namco, but due to a lack of polish, the release was pushed back a month. As a result, players can count on visiting the Lands Between in late February.