Next Elden Ring broadcast will be joined by Yasuhiro Kitao


Elden Ring finally gave some content creators access to his gameplay over the weekend, and now From Software producer Yasuhiro Kitao is set to appear on an Elden Ring show hosted exclusively on Famitsu’s YouTube channel. Yasuhiro will probably be there to explain some mechanics shown in the network test.

Elden Ring is From Software’s highly anticipated next game, and the first game outside of the Dark Souls series the company has developed since Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Set in a new region, Elden Ring is making waves in the community by being an open world.

So far, we have no idea what the show Yasuhiro is guest on will cover. He’ll likely be discussing Elden Ring at length, given the buzz for the game that has slowly built up over the past two years since its reveal trailer.

We do know, however, that Elden Ring’s broadcast will be accompanied by footage from the network test, presumably so that people who were not part of it (and haven’t seen any footage) can see what the game looks like. and is played. Several content creators have already received special access, but the actual network test begins tomorrow and will last until November 14.

The network test isn’t that big, as the vast game world has only a portion of it available to gamers, but various content creators have said there is still a lot of content to go, ranging from one of the main bosses in the game, to a large number of small dungeons, each with their own challenges and bosses.

The Elden Ring broadcast will begin on November 12 at 10 p.m. Japanese Standard Time (or 5 a.m. Pacific Standard Time or 8 a.m. Eastern Time, or 2 p.m. Central Time, depending on time zones), so if you might want to know more about it. more on Elden Ring, this is a good opportunity.

Elden Ring will be released on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC, Playstation 4, and Playstation 5 on February 25 of next year, so if you wanted to get back into Soulsborne games, you don’t have much time to wait!


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