“Elden Ring” Will Not Be Postponed Again, and the Development Team Is Now Working On a Day One Fix

“Elden Ring” will not be getting any more days, and the development team is hard at work on a day one fix.

The latest information comes from FromSoftware producer Yasuhiro Kitao, who announced that the “master copy” of “Elden Ring” has been submitted in a pre-recorded presentation earlier today at the Taipei Games Show 2022. Despite the fact that “Elden Ring” was delayed from January to February, Kitao guaranteed players that the game would be “ready for sale” on February 25.

Furthermore, the Elden Ring producer disclosed that the FromSoftware production team is working on a day one fix for the next action-RPG. Kitao didn’t say much about what the day one patch for “Elden Ring” will change or improve, but this shouldn’t come as a surprise given that previous FromSoftware games like Dark Souls 3 have also received upgrades on launch day.

It’s also not surprising that “Elden Ring’s” master copy was submitted, given that it purportedly got gold last month in December 2021. According to the tweet below, this is according to FromSoftware expert and modder Lance McDonald.

“Elden Ring” is set to release next month on February 25 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and it appears that FromSoftware’s game is ready to go. Kitao also disclosed during today’s presentation that the Stormveil Castle part of the restricted network test can be temporarily bypassed, since the player can return once they’ve buffed up.

Hirun Cryer is a Gamesradar+ freelance reporter and writer based in the United Kingdom. He entered the games writing sector with a concentration on shooters, indie games, and RPGs after getting a degree in American history with an emphasis on journalism, cinema, literature, and history, and has subsequently been awarded the MCV 30 Under 30 award for 2021. He freelances for other outlets in the business in his spare time, speaks Japanese, and appreciates contemporary manga and animation.