Fans have not had any concrete news about Elden Ring for a long time, a game that is being developed in a collaboration between FromSoftware and George RR Martin. Today, a rumor recently started circulating where it was stated that soon we would have news about the title thanks to the exhibition of a new trailer/video in a Microsoft rumored event, which will be held on March 23 this month.
However, the executive of Xbox at Microsoft, Aaron Greenberg, soon denied the rumors responding via his official Twitter profile. The rumor claimed that Elden Ring would be present at an alleged event that Microsoft will organize this month, but Greenberg denied that situation.
“Just to set expectations: this is not happening. There are always things we have in the works, but nothing coming soon that would feature game announcements or world premieres like this,” commented Greenberg then.
Just to set expectations: this is not happening. There are always things we have in the works, but nothing coming soon that would feature game announcements or world premieres like this. https://t.co/nO868SCbpZ
— Aaron Greenberg ??♂️?U (@aarongreenberg) February 28, 2021
According to reports, the alleged Microsoft event will serve to make known the future of Zenimax and Bethesda after the purchase, which as it is known approximately cost $7.5 billion to the Redmond company. It is important to remember that the presentation has not yet been officially confirmed by Microsoft.
About Elden Ring, the title was originally announced at E3 2019 and will be “heavily based on Dark Souls,” according to Hidetaka Miyazaki, the game’s director. The official platforms are the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, but it certainly won’t be a big surprise if there are PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series versions when the title finally hits the market.