Fromsoftware And George R.R. Martin Game Elden Ring Allegedly Leaked

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The leaks about the new games keep coming as the E3 of this year is getting closer. Today’s leak suggest that the new game from the collaboration of the Fromsoftware and George R.R. Martin will be called as Elden Ring. George R.R. Martin is the Author of the Song of the new season of Game of Thrones.

The first Artwork of the new Elden Ring game just got published. The poster of the game looks promising. If you are a pro-gamer and have been following new leaks and rumours about the upcoming games, then here we have prepared an article containing all the details of this new Elden Ring game.

What we know so far?

According to officials of the game, the new game is a “new world created by Hidetaka Miyazaki and George R. R. Martin”. The Elden Ring game will be launched for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

The further details of the game is not leaked by the insiders as of now. The teaser poster of the game just got leaked and as mentioned above, the game looks quite promising as this leaked artwork.

As per previous leaks, the new Elden Ring game will be an open-world game where gamers will be allowed to explore a number of Kingdoms as a part of the gameplay. Players will be allowed to unlock new items, power boosters and many useful weapons which are there to make the gameplay more excited.

Furthermore, rumours also suggest that the Elden Ring game has been into its development mode for three years and it is still under progress. The right time to launch and to introduce this game to the public has come as the game is finally getting launched at the E3 2019.

The Elden Ring game is supposedly reveal at the Microsoft’s E3 2019 press conference. Microsoft may unveil the next-generation Xbox Console during this press conference for the professional gamers along with a range of new games.

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