Elden Ring: Teaser suggests new details coming soon

Elden Ring: Teaser suggests new details coming soon
For a few weeks now, the action role-playing game Elden Ring has been very quiet. The fans are still waiting impatiently for both new gameplay details and a specific release date. But the wait could soon be over. At least a teaser by the well-known industry insider Jeff Grubb suggests this.

Elden Ring: E3 trailer for the new follower published a self-made graphic in the style of a share price via Twitter. But instead of showing the history of a security, it represented the personal hype of the Twitter user around Elden Ring. That would not be special in itself, as many fans are likely to be similarly excited at the moment. The whole thing is made interesting by the answer from the aforementioned industry insider Jeff Grubb, who has very good contacts with publishers and developer studios. His response to the graphic:

"Should soon go to the moon."

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