Elden Ring is one of those games that everyone is waiting for, but about which nothing is known. Announced at E3 2019, the latest effort by Hidetaka Miyazaki and his team of From Software is one of the most anticipated titles of recent years, especially thanks to a community active and responsive to any new information about the game. Speaking of information, second a report from the VGC site, the first gameplay trailer started circulating online.
A leaked Elden Ring trailer is being actively circulated in online chat groups, VGC can confirm.https://t.co/hVqgKD6E3G
- Andy Robinson (@AndyPlaytonic) March 1, 2021
According to some sources close to VGC, the development of Elden Ring has been severely slowed down by the COVID-19 emergency, forcing the team to work by adopting the classic remote restrictions. Moreover, precisely because of these limitations, the source considers it very unlikely that the game will arrive by the end of the year.
Speaking of the trailer instead, the investigative journalist Jason Schreier pointed out the low quality of the leaked material, with an awkward shooting angle and a blurry shot.
The leaked Elden Ring footage I've seen is blurry, angled, and only part of the trailer, so I don't think it'd be a terrible idea to just wait for the real thing
- Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) March 1, 2021
Obviously, the response of the game community is immediate, storming the subreddit r / EldenRing of threads and comments.
Does this mean that we will see the full trailer soon? Maybe. According to further rumors, Bandai Namco may release the trailer towards the end of March. As usual, take this last statement with a grain of salt.