FromSoftware revealed the detailed release date of the Elden Ring, and confirmed that PC gamers will get their first steps in some regions.
Elden Ring has been a hugely anticipated title since it was first revealed at Microsoft’s E3 2019, to the point where the game has won numerous awards prior to its launch. Fans have been waiting years to get their hands on the game and fortunately, the wait is almost over. The game from From Software is due out on February 25th, although the exact release time of the game will vary depending on the player’s location and the platform they use to play the game.
FromSoftware has confirmed Elden Ring release times for all platforms and regions so fans know exactly when they can set foot in the Lands Between. However, with such a high profile game, there is a chance that the Elden Ring server will be overloaded at launch, so gamers should be aware of that. However, Elden Ring’s access will vary depending on whether the player is experiencing the game on PC or console, so we should check the release time is right for each individual.
As seen in the Elden Ring release time map above, the game will be playable on PC sooner than console. The downside to the mixed release of PC and console versions is that it gives PC gamers an early start, increasing the odds of console gamers receiving unwanted revelations. PC gamers will be able to experience the game six hours or more early, but those who enjoy spoiling the Elden Ring experience have been a problem the community is dealing with before the game’s official release. awake.
Regardless of what platform they’re playing the game on, all Elden Ring fans will have the opportunity to pre-load the game. As announced in the map above, in Vietnam, Elden Ring will launch at midnight on February 25 for gamers on consoles while PC players can experience it at 6 am on the same day.
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