“Elden Ring” was one of the biggest announcements during E3 2019. But, everything went silent after the announcement and trailer reveal of the highly anticipated game developed by FromSoftware. The game is now available for pre-order in various outlets, and a new claim is currently making rounds online that more announcements about the game will happen at this year’s The Game Awards.

The Italian site Vigamus Magazine recently said in an article “Elden Ring” might be at this year’s The Game Awards. The information reportedly comes from a verified Resetera user who has shared accurate details about several games in the past. Geoff Keighley, producer and creator of E3, The Game Awards, and Gamescom earlier suggested in an interview that the much-awaited might be at The Game Awards, the site reveals.

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A new leaked image reveals the release date of "Elden Ring," as well as, its presence in this year's The Game Wards. Elden Ring/Bandai Namco/FromSoftware/George R. R. Martin

During Keighley’s live Instagram show ahead of the Gamescom, he was asked by a fan if “Elden Ring” would be present, to which he answered that some game developers would need more time, suggesting these games might make an appearance on the next major game event, which is The Game Awards, the site states. So far, there is no official confirmation about this claim, and fans are getting anxious about the lack of new information about the game.

PlayAsia thinks that Bandai Namco Entertainment, the game publisher of “Elden Ring,” is preparing something big that fans must anticipate. Because of a lack of new information, fans have also resorted to making their version of “Elden Ring” lore posts. The subreddit page of the game is in an awkward situation at the moment, with some users sharing alleged fake video clips of the game’s alpha test.

FromSoftware and Bandai Namco have not revealed much; even the announcement trailer has limited details about the game. The Game Awards is happening next month, and it is “Elden Ring’s” last chance to reveal something significant for this year. However, if “Elden Ring” skips the upcoming video games and eSport event this 2019, Push Square thinks the game will be released as a PlayStation 5 title.

These are all speculations, and we recommend taking these details with a pinch of salt. Meanwhile, check out the “Elden Ring” E3 announcement trailer below.