Elden Ring has received an official classification from the Korean rating board, bringing the long-awaited next game from Dark Souls Studios closer to reality.
rating was posted on today Board official site, and seen on Twitter by Mordecai. There aren’t many surprises in the listing itself, thanks to its 18+ rating. gives to elden ringFrequent depictions of realistic violence. Sekiro, Dark Souls 3, Bloodborne, and other FromSoftware projects all received similar ratings, so if you were able to stomach their bloodthirsty monster battles, you should be able to rip and tear your way through Elden Ring as well. needed.
Given the fact that we already knew that Elden Ring is set to arrive on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X on January 21st, 2022, this isn’t a big leak or anything. However, if FromSoftware was far enough away to submit a copy of the game to the Korean ratings board, it’s a good sign that no further delays are in store – and confirms the developer’s statement that The Elden Ring is in the “final stage of development”.
Diehard fans of Souls games have been almost a hole in the rug since the Elden Ring was first announced at E3 2019, but the studio also hopes it will “Wide the fanbase” built by Dark Souls giving the players More options for contacting your trademark seeking action.
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