Now that Cyberpunk 2077 is finally out, all eyes are set on the Elden Ring as the most anticipated video game. If you haven’t heard of Elden Ring yet, it’s an action RPG from FromSoftware, the devs behind Souls games, made in collaboration George R. R. Martin, the guy who wrote Game of Thrones.
A leaked array of Discord texts from the official Elden Rings subreddit, paired with a statement from video game journalist Jeff Grubb on his podcast ‘Games Beat’we’ll quite likely have our first look at Elden Ring in “not any longer than 1-2 months.” Grubb’s speculation comes not long after modder and leaker Lance McDonald said (via GamesRadar) on a recent Twitch stream that based on some recent “snooping” he’s done the game is likely close to being finished and ready to be shown to the public.
If you connect the dots, Taipei Gameshow is the only upcoming gaming event in the next 1-2 months.
But video games don’t need a game show to be released or showcased, right? Video game trailers drop all the time. So what makes us certain that we’ll see Elden Ring at Taipei Gameshow in Taiwan.
If you remember correctly, the Taipei Gameshow was cancelled because of Coronavirus restrictions. However, an official list of games that were confirmed to make an appearance in the show was released earlier last year. One of the games mentioned was Elden Ring. You can find the whole list here.
If you connect the insider leaks, cancelled events and the official listings, all the hints lead us to believe that Elden Ring will be showcased at Taipei Gameshow, which is scheduled for January 28th, 2021.
The game was initially announced for PS4, Xbox One and PC, as of now, it’s fate remains unknown. However, coming Hidetaka Miyazaki, the director of Dark Souls and Bloodbourne, and George R.R. Martin, the game has already raked up a huge fan base.