Countdown to the 15-Min Gameplay Preview of Elden Ring

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Everyone hold onto your hats, From Software is about to drop the long-awaited gameplay trailer for Elden Ring. Both the developer and publisher Bandai Namco have revealed that they will unveil the official gameplay trailer tomorrow on their official YouTube and Twitch channels at 7:00 AM PDT/10:00 AM EDT. Without a doubt one of the most anticipated releases, this gameplay trailer will easily be something that nearly everyone in the gaming community will be anticipating, almost as much as the title itself.

This new gameplay demo won’t be the only thing that fans can look forward to this month for Elden Ring. FromSoftware is also running the Network Test from November 12-14, which is essentially an early demo of the opening moments in the game. Fans who signed up before the deadline will be selected by the studio to participate and then offer feedback once they’ve completed it. This was revealed alongside the announcement that the game was delayed until February 25, 2022, which was a slight push from the original launch date.

FromSoftware has been building this moment up for a very long time. Ever since it was initially shown off at the Summer Game Fest, the hype has been increasing steadily and it’s about to reach a boiling point. As we’ve already stated, Elden Ring is easily one of the most anticipated titles to release in 2022, and the fanbase of the SoulsBorne genre has been chomping at the bit to get their hands on this one. Thankfully, and very soon, we’ll see how the game is shaping up and how it plays.
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The Elden Ring 15 minute gameplay demo will be revealed tomorrow at 7:00 AM PDT/10:00 AM EDT on the company’s official YouTube and Twitch channels. Don't forget to set a timer for yourself and watch it live!

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