Elden Ring will not be the protagonist of E3 2021

Elden Ring will not be the protagonist of E3 2021

Despite the leaks and the various mentions, Elden Ring risks not being present at E3 this year either. The 2021 edition of the Los Angeles event, which this year will be completely digital due to the COVID-19 pandemic, could be orphaned by the new soulslike developed by From Software in collaboration with George R.R. Martin. This would increase the two years of absence from the scenes of the new title, which was shown at the 2019 edition of E3, where it was presented for the first time on the stage of the Xbox Media Briefing. Since then, the game has never made an official appearance in any kind of event.

Revealing the possibility of absence is the usual, well-informed Jeff Grubb, journalist and insider in the world of video games. According to his opinion expressed during the GamesBeat podcast, Elden Ring will not be present at E3 2021. "I am really doubtful about his participation. I'm also pretty sure he won't even be at the Xbox event, ”said Grubb, thus completely shutting off hopes of having an important reveal.

Despite these statements, it is clear that Grubb has no contact directed with From Software and Bandai Namco, the latter publisher of the game. The reporter stated that there is a small chance of seeing something but he cannot say in what form. Hopes are obviously reduced to a flicker, but considering Grubb’s high reliability, it is clear that most likely not even this year will we get a concrete reveal of Hidetaka Miyazaki’s new game. Perhaps a new teaser trailer could make its appearance but we are in the field of rumors and speculations.

If Elden Ring will not be at E3 2021, another great Western role-playing game will instead be there with a probable important reveal. Let's talk about Starfield: always Grubb, today, declared that the title is certain to be an exclusive from Microsoft. Find all the details about this address.

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