Publisher Bandai Namco and developer FromSoftware announced that Elden Ring has been postponed until February 2022, along with the news that a closed beta test will take place in November. Registration for the Game Network Test is now open for the test that will allow players to play the game before its new release date of February in November. The closed network tests for the game will take place in November this year, We are looking forward to seeing you play the game in closed network testing in November.
Bandai Namco will prepare a closed network beta test for Elden Ring, which will test the limits of its online multiplayer servers. To ease the pain of the delay caused by FromSoftware and Elden Rings, the studios will be conducting a “closed network test” for the multiplayer component of the game together with the developer and publisher Bandai-Namco. The closed network test will take place from 12 to 15 November on all platforms and is free of charge, no pre-orders are required.
But I’m sure those who have access to the network test will be happy to see a hands-on end to the November game. Although we will have to wait a few more weeks, we are sure that Elden Ring fans itching for a copy of the game will be hoping that the delay announcement will appear in February. Regardless of when the game is delayed, there will certainly be more news with footage in the coming months.
A statement posted on the Games’ official Twitter account confirmed that The Elden Ring will be available on February 25, 2022. The open-world game from the team that brought the Dark Souls series to us is due to be released in February 2022 because of the depth and strategic freedom of the game that has exceeded original expectations. Due to the depth of The Elder Ring and the degree of freedom and strategy that exceeds the original expectations, it was decided to extend the development period for final adjustments and postpone the release date to February.
As I said, it was in the final stages of development when the COVID 19 pandemic affected development around the world, leading to numerous major game delays. Since the flow of game development and time itself are confused due to the age-old project phases, we are not surprised that Bandai Namco is delaying the start of the game.
FromSoftware has announced that the long-awaited action RPG Elden Ring has moved from January to February 2022. The announcement was made in a tweet from the Games’ official Twitter account. After a slow drip of information, we learned over the summer that FromSoftware was targeting a release date of January 2022. Martin, the developer of Dark Souls FromSoftware, announced that game is a collaboration between the author George R.R. of Game of Thrones.
Fans who have been eagerly awaiting the release of the games, even if that means that next February will at least have some comfort in the upcoming Closed Network Test (CNT) open to selected players in November. It will give participants the opportunity to test the open hours before their long-awaited next game, Elden Ring.