We haven't really heard anything about FromSoftware's upcoming action RPG Elden Ring since its initial announcement all the way back at E3 2019, but it looks like we'll be getting some more news relatively soon.
This is according to reliable industry insider Jeff Grubb, who stated on the latest episode of the GamesBeat Decides podcast that March is the expectation for more information, although it could yet slip into April or later.
"A combination of sources gave me confidence that Elden Ring [news] would be by the end of March. Nothing has changed there, but it was also never cemented... I know enough to be confident, but if it were to slip into April I would apologise... but I will continue to say you're not going to have to wait long."
If you're unaware, Elden Ring is a fantasy adventure set in a world created by Dark Souls and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice director Hidetaka Miyazaki, as well as famous fantasy novelist George R. R. Martin.
All we've seen of it so far is an announcement trailer, but Xbox boss Phil Spencer did reveal last year that he's played Elden Ring, calling it "clearly the most ambitious game" that director that Hidetaka Miyazaki has ever put together.
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