What you need to know
- Elden Ring is being developed by the makers of Dark Souls.
- George R.R. Martin is helping with development.
- A release date was not revealed.
Is calling this the greatest crossover of all time an overstatement? Probably. Definitely. But it's still a partnership we're excited for. Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin is teaming up with FromSoftware, the creators of Dark Souls, bring us the new diabolical world of Elden Ring.
This will supposedly be From Software's largest game to date, however a release date was not revealed. We may we waiting some time before we can hop into its world and start dying over and over. And over. Let's just hope this wait isn't as long as the wait for The Winds of Winter.
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