According to what has emerged on the net in the last few hours, it would seem that the highly anticipated FromSoftware action RPG game, Elden Ring, could make its appearance at The Game Awards, born from the collaboration between the game director Hidetaka Miyazaki and the fantasy novelist George RR Martin.
According to the information revealed by the Twitter profile PS5 Only, the project would not only be ready to be unveiled, but in addition to the father of “A Song of Ice and Fire” it would have involved the crew of the television series “Game of Thrones” for the realization of the game world.
At the moment there is very little information on the subject and we are not sure about the accuracy of this indiscretion, so we advise you to take this news with a grain of salt, given that neither FromSoftware nor Bandai Namco have confirmed the presence of the Elden Ring game at the highly anticipated Geoff Keighley event.
While waiting to learn more about the subject, we remind you that the 2020 edition of The Game Awards will be held on December 10th, and will see the special participation of several actors from the industries including Tom Holland, Gal Gadot, Brie Larson, and many more probably the highly acclaimed Keanu Reeves, who will return to play the role of Neo in The Matrix 4.
In recent news, it was rumored that the development of the game could Be close to completion.
- Elden Ring is ready to be unveiled.
- Fun fact: In addition to George R. R. Martin’s involvement, “crew members from the TV series Game of Thrones helped FromSoftware with the open-world format.”
Elden Ring is ready to be unveiled.
Fun fact: In addition to George R. R. Martin's involvement, "crew members from the TV series Game of Thrones helped FromSoftware with the open-world format."
— PS5 Only (@PS5only) December 4, 2020