Elden Ring Release Date Assured for Feb. 25

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Elden Ring's Feb. 25 release date is on track after the game went gold.

Elden Ring was confirmed to 'go gold', which means that the master version of the game has been approved by publishers and is soon to be ready for consumers.

The game influenced by Lord of the Rings was originally set to release Jan. 23, but was delayed until Feb. 25.

Elden Ring Release Date Assured for Feb. 25

A special broadcast with Yasuhiro Kitao appeared during the Taipei Game Show, where he addressed the game's mechanics and questions from fans. The game is assured to release on the new date and will not be further delayed. Despite games that have the 'gold' status, some games can still be delayed like Cyberpunk.

FromSoftware has also brought titles like Bloodborne, Seikro and Dark Souls. Unlike Bloodborne, Elden Ring will be an open-world game and has been confirmed that the game's campaign can be finished in 30 hours. The game does also consist with hours of other side quests players can pick up as well.

In addition, FromSoftware will also be releasing Bloodborne on Nintendo Switch and Dark Souls POP for exclusive console gameplay in 2023.

Elden Ring is currently available for pre-order on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC platforms.