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Elden Ring Development Could Be Close to Completion, According to Lance McDonald

According to current rumors, work on Elden Ring should be as good as completed. At least one insider who made a name for himself as a reliable source for the Souls series would like to have found out.

In the course of this week, we received not only the rumor that Elden Ring was originally planned for a release in spring 2021 and had to be delayed by a few months due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, there was talk that the ambitious fantasy role-playing game could possibly be presented at The Game Awards 2020 next week.

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While the responsible developers at FromSoftware are still silent about these rumors, an old acquaintance would like to have shed further light on them. We’re talking about the insider and modder Lance McDonald, who made a name for himself as a reliable source in the Souls series.

As McDonald reports, the work on Elden Ring should be as good as completed. In his statements, the insider refers to companies that FromSoftware has given orders that are actually only awarded when a game is about to be completed. In addition, according to McDonald, he received this information from companies that are known to be connected to the new role-playing game from FromSoftware.

Should McDonald’s statements prove to be true, then the indications of a release of Elden Ring in the summer of next year could indeed be true. Please note, however, that the insider’s statements have not yet been officially commented on or even confirmed.

Elden Ring has been announced for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. It is speculated that possible implementations for the Xbox Series X/S and the PlayStation 5 could also be in the works.