Elden Ring to be shown for the first time behind closed doors at Gamescom 2019

Bandai Namco has revealed that it will present a demo for Elden Ring, for the first time ever, behind closed doors at Gamescom 2019. The game will be shown to the press, so there is a chance we might get some new screenshots from it during that event.

Since this will be a behind-closed-doors event, there will be an NDA and attendees won’t be able to record anything from this Gamescom 2019 demo. Still, there is a chance that someone may leak the gameplay footage that will be presented. After all, we’ve seen this happening in a lot of games lately. Let’s also not forget that Elden Ring is one of the most anticipated games.

Elden Ring is a third-person action role-playing game with a fantasy setting. The game will also feature a new world created by Hidetaka Miyazaki and George R. R. Martin.

Although there isn’t any ETA yet on when it will come out, there are rumours suggesting that this new action RPG will come out in 2020. Now obviously take this with a grain of salt as Bandai Namco has not announced anything official yet.

Elden Ring promises to go beyond simple changes to the game systems that can be found in FromSoftware’s games. For example, the game will feature an open-world environment, will allow players to ride a horse and fight enemies and while riding it. Moreover, the game’s NPC characters will be more compelling than before, and it will offer depth to exploration in a way that Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice did not.

Stay tuned for more!

Thanks Igromania

UPDATE:

According to other reports, Bandai Namco will not showcase Elden Rings at Gamescom 2019

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