Now it’s been almost a year since Elden Ring, the new title From Software developed with the support of the renowned writer George R. R. Martin, was presented to the public and since then, they have had no news of him.

The spectre of the cancellation, fortunately, not still lingers around the project, but it is undeniable that the silence the press is by raising several questions. Many players, perhaps too optimistic, continue to hope for a launch in 2020, maybe in conjunction with the next-gen consoles. According to the latest rumor spread on the network, however, it seems that this will be the case, indeed, there is a probability that Elden Ring remains a ghost throughout the 2020.

Discussing on Twitter, Imran Khan of Kinda Funny – he declared that the long-awaited title From jump completely 2020: not only will not be released this year, but no material, whether they be screenshots or gameplay videos, will be shown.

Although this statement may leave many fans with a bitter taste in the mouth, one must not let oneself be overwhelmed by sadness: the Khan himself has claimed that fans of From Software will still have something to be happy for the next two years. Of course, we were not told what would make happy players, but the possibility exists that you are referring to the arrival of Bloodborne on PC and PS5, a rumor that is gaining momentum in the last few weeks.

In any case, the statements of Khan cannot be regarded as equal to an official announcement from part of the From, then we should consider it rumor, pure and simple.

Things that people think are hitting 2020 might not hit 2020 or even be shown in 2020.

— Imran Khan (@imranzomg) June 4, 2020

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Not going to comment specifically on Bloodborne on PC rumors, but suffice to say From Soft fans probably have a lot of reasons to be happy in the next two years.

— Imran Khan (@imranzomg) June 4, 2020

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The prolonged absence of Elden Ring let us suppose that, indeed, we may have to wait a bit, first to get their hands on. In that case, we hope that the development team has prepared seriously for something that will make us kill the time while waiting.

What do you think?

Source: WCCFTech