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‘Elden Ring’ At E3 2021 Still A Possibility As Bandai Namco Announces Conference’s Slot

From Software’s “Elden Ring” fans may not be able to get an answer on the long-awaited title until the final meeting of E3 2021 next week.

The schedule for this year’s Virtual E3 event is almost full, and one of the major publishers participating in the showcase is Namco Bandai.Japanese multinational video game publishers recently announced their own E3 schedule streamFrom Software’s “Elden Ring” game publisher will be on stage at E32021 next Tuesday at 5:25 pm EST.

The company has an impressive catalog of IPs and licenses, including hit franchises such as “Tekken,” “Dragon Ball,” “Ace Combat,” “Soul Caliber,” and Pac-Man. But most viewers are looking forward to hearing the news about the long-awaited fantasy game Elden Ring. There is no doubt that publishers will include a reminder in their stream about the apocalyptic anime adventure “Scarlet Nexus,” which is due out on June 25th.




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Namco Bandai hasn’t provided details of what to announce on the E3 stream, but “Eldenling” fans are hoping that the fantasy game written by George RR Martin will be one of them. FromSoftware and Namco Bandai have been silent about the game since it was announced at E3 2019.

Apart from E3 2021, fans are also looking forward to hearing the news about “Elden Ring” during Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest. The E3 rival event will begin this Thursday at 2:00 pm EST. Some industry players, especially Jeff Grab, believe BANDAI NAMCO will show a trailer for the match at SGF.

Of course, neither BANDAI NAMCO nor FromSoftware say anything about “Elden Ring” participating in the Summer Game Fest.At that time Publishing, There is no official release date for “Elden Ring”. Fans want the team behind the long-awaited title to reveal at least the latest release window.

“Elden Ring” is currently under development at FromSoftware.



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