From Software postponed the release of Elden Ring

Elden Ring developers, represented by From Software, announced that the title will not be released within the originally scheduled time frame. However, fans of computer games who are expecting the game will not have to wander around the vast expanses for a long time until the release of Elden Ring. The developers have postponed the release for only a month. Initially, the game was supposed to be released on January 21, 2022, but now the planned date is February 25, 2022.

The developers of the action RPG Elden Ring have announced a new release date. The game will be released on February 25, 2022 on PC and consoles. This became known from the official Twitter title. As the main reason, the studio named the amount of work that exceeded the expectations of the developers.

In addition, it became known that From Software will conduct a closed test of Elden Ring multiplayer. It is scheduled for the period from 12 to 14 November this year. Developers accept applications for participation until November 1. 50,000 test pass keys will be handed out to players at random.

A 30-second video has appeared on YouTube, reminiscent of the draining of a part of Elden Ring, which the developers did not plan to show. In this video, a warrior appeared in the middle of a rocky area who could jump. Based on this, the game will provide a jumping mechanic for the protagonist, which was not previously reported.

Elden Ring is an RPG game developed by Hidetaka Miyazaki and George R.R. Martin. The first is known for developing very complex Japanese games like Demon's Souls, Dark Souls, Bloodborne and others. George Raymond Richard Martin is an American writer who became famous for the series of books "A Song of Ice and Fire", which was filmed by HBO and called "Game of Thrones". Recently it became known that Elden Ring will be as complex as other games from Hidetaki Miyazaki, and the title can take up about 150 gigabytes of free space on the computer.