• FromSoftware has no new information about "Elden Ring"
  • The gaming studio went radio silent after the game's announcement at E3 2019
  • A new leak reveals that the game might resurface at this year's TGA

The much-awaited game "Elden Ring," which brings together giant names like Hidetaka Miyazaki and George R.R. Martin, might resurface a few weeks from now at this year's The Game Awards (TGA), according to a new leak.

The new set of details about the next appearance of the game is courtesy of the Xbox Era podcast hosts Sikamikanico and Shpeshal Ed. Their source allegedly revealed that Miyazaki’s masterpiece would be among the many reveals at TGA 2020. If this is accurate, fans might see a new gameplay trailer of the game.

This would mark the second appearance of the game after it was officially announced at the E3 2019. It is worth mentioning, however, that this same source previously claimed that "Elden Ring" would be showcased at an Xbox event earlier this year. Unfortunately, it did not take place.

Leaked Image Reveals 'Elden Ring' Release Date, Appearance On TGA 2019
Leaked Image Reveals 'Elden Ring' Release Date, Appearance On TGA 2019 Instacodez

Fans are looking forward to any update from FromSoftware about the game, its development progress, or the release window. In the past, TGA and FromSoftware have partnered several times, making big announcements. Their first collaboration was when the gaming studio announced "Sekiro Die Twice" at the TGA in 2017.

A couple of years later, TGA crowned "Sekiro Die Twice" as the 2019 Game of the Year. It is possible that the gaming studio would follow the same announcement pattern, but it is also possible that it would not.

It can be recalled that in a video of GamesBeat Decides last July 24, Jeff Grubb mentioned that there might not be any announcements about the highly anticipated action fantasy RPG from FromSoftware this year.

Interestingly, Grubb teased that "Elden Ring" could be at TGA 2020. So far, nothing much has been revealed about the game. Xbox head honcho Phil Spencer previously said in an interview with Gamespot that he was able to play the game "quite a bit" and mentioned that it is, by far, Miyazaki’s most ambitious game. Spencer added that he was impressed with the game’s settings and gameplay.

Nothing is official yet about the release window or next appearance of the "Elden Ring." However, if it appears at this year's TGA, a new gameplay trailer might likely be shown.