FromSoftware Thanks Fans for Elden Ring Support, But Offers No New Info – IGN
A Tweet from FromSoftware about its upcoming game Elden Ring has caused fans around the world to rejoice, yet it offered no new info and simply thanked fans for all the enthusiasm and support shown for the Dark Fantasy Action RPG.
FromSoftware, alongside a Tweet about the newest update for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, wanted to ensure fans that Elden Ring is still on its way, and that the developer truly appreciates all the excitement surrounding the game that is being built with the help of A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin.
“We also greatly appreciate all the enthusiasm and support shown for “ELDEN RING”, our next Dark Fantasy Action RPG. We hope you look forward to it,” FromSoftware’s Tweet read. Even though it offered nothing new, that didn’t stop fans from responding in a wonderful way.
@_Ju_Ke utilized the famous gif from Titanic to convey how Elden Ring fans have felt waiting for anything related to the game.
@SnekDe thinks they found a secret meaning in FromSoftware’s Tweet.
@KillLaGrill used a video showing Elden Ring’s roller coaster of emotions from seeing a Tweet about the game and then finding out it had nothing new.
Me when Elden Ring gets it’s yearly mention pic.twitter.com/7fpWe2bvzn
— ! C U R S E D ! (@KillLaGrill) October 31, 2020
@Final_Dino enlisted the help of Despicable Me’s Gru to reenact FromSoftware giving its fans a non-update update.
@NAtliszilla combined the Pope holding up something meme and a character from Elden Ring’s trailer to show exactly what these fans want.
@MoAtef09 has politely used an image of Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye to help show the world how hopeless they feel.
@__pLANK wants to believe in Elden Ring, and some hope has been brought into their life.
@Sonichimself used a video of Ryan Gosling to let the world know their pain. They also think we may not get any more news until 2021, and unless Elden Ring shows up at The Game Awards, they may be right.
so no news until 2021 I presume
— Calamari Juice (@Sonichimself) October 31, 2020
Elden Ring was revealed during Microsoft’s Xbox E3 2019 press conference, and we have yet to see more gameplay from the much anticipated game.
However, that hasn’t stopped the Elden Ring subreddit from becoming one of the wildest places on the internet. Starved for any more official details, these brave souls have taken to creating their own Elden Ring.While fans may have to wait a while to actually play Elden Ring, they will soon be able to play a remaster of FromSoftware’s Demon’s Souls, as it is a launch title for the PlayStation 5.
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