Fans have been clamouring for more Elden Ring information to follow-up on the tantalising clip shown during E3 2019. “Just to set expectations: this is not happening,” Greenberg said, before going on to explain that while “there are always things we have in the works,” there are no events coming soon that would feature ‘world premieres’ or game announcements of a similar calibre.
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
This suggests that we won’t see a ‘big’ Microsoft reveal event for some time. Microsoft reporter Paul Thurrott had previously made the claim that an Xbox event would be held on March 23.
Rumours about Elden Ring have also been swirling recently, with Bloomberg reporter Jason Schreier recently tweeting “there is strong evidence floating around that the game will be shown relatively soon.” GamesBeat’s Jeff Grubb also said on a recent podcast that we could potentially see more of the game by the end of March.
In other Elden Ring news, here’s an article covering the game’s wild subreddit, which has been dealing with the lack of information in a number of interesting ways. Head of Xbox Phil Spencer said in November 2020 that he had played “quite a bit” of the game, calling it Miyazaki’s “most ambitious” project yet.
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