After its big reveal at E3 2019, From Software’s next action-RPG, Elden Ring, has since gone quiet. The project is set to be the Dark Souls and Bloodborne developer’s most ambitious work yet, featuring an open world (a first for the team) and horseback riding as well. So far, details are sparse, but while we wait for the next gameplay trailer to arrive, we’re getting bits of info to keep our excitement rising. This time, Dark Souls and Sekiro composer Yuka Kitamura has confirmed her involvement in Elden Ring.
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Yuka Kitamura previously composed the music for Dark Souls and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, but now she has confirmed that she will be returning to compose Elden Ring‘s score as well. In a response to a fan on Twitter asking if she’s working on the action-RPG, Kitamura confirmed that she is.
In the meantime, we’ll continue to speculate about when we can see the first gameplay footage for Elden Ring. All signs previously pointed to a gameplay reveal at E3 2020, but since the cancellation of that annual event due to the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s up in the air when we can expect new gameplay footage at all this year. Of course, fans are eagerly anticipating a release date as well, with some predicting the game to launch either in late 2020, or early 2021, lining it up with next-gen consoles. Time will tell, but in the meantime, at least we have a flashy CGI reveal trailer.
Elden Ring is currently in development.