With more and more leaks appearing by the day, the latest of these comes via Daniel “ZhugeEX” Ahmed, who has quite a reputation for being reliable when it comes to leaked information. The leak supports a previous rumour that George R.R. Martin, who wrote the books on which the Game of Thrones TV series was based, is teaming up with Dark Souls developer From Software.
— Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) June 7, 2019
The original rumours indicated that George R.R. Martin was collaborating with developer From Software on a brand new game previously identified as Great Rune. The latest leak though has indicated that this new game will actually be titled Elden Ring.
The leak also includes a piece of teaser art depicting the games name and what appears to be several rings intersecting.
Some of the previous rumours suggested that the game will see the player exploring various open-world kingdoms. Each of these kingdoms will be governed over by rulers, killing them allows the player to unlock their abilities and powers.
According to the rumours, the game has been in development for three years, which means that From Software started working on the game immediately after they finished development on Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
The Elden Ring leak forms part of a series of leaks involving publisher Bandai Namco. The leaks also revealed a new Tales game and a remaster of the first Ni No Kuni.
With E3 2019 finally here, we can hopefully expect to see some of these games being officially announced.