From Elden Ring give us everything. Every second of gameplay, every technical detail and, ideally, an invitation to the closed beta. But in case the latter do not arrive, we better go with the first. The Xbox Store has announced how much the game will occupy on our storage disks and it will be 50 GB. We will need 50 GB free to enjoy the world designed by George RR Martin, both in the new generation (Xbox Series X/S) as in the previous one (Xbox One). And presumably it will be the same in PS5 and PS4.
Those 50 GB sounds like little in these times (the last Call of Duty by a margin exceed 100, for example), but nevertheless they are much more than usual if we look at the history of From Software. The studio’s previous work, Sekiro Shadows Die Twice, was only 12.58 GB. Nothing weird in any case. We repeat that it is still little and more if we talk about a title that supports high resolution textures and offers an experience with 4K, 60 fps and ray-tracing.
A month full of news
The developer seems to be aware of how long we are waiting until its launch (scheduled for February 22, 2022), so she’s been kind enough to share with us a lot of details about the game over the past few weeks. In addition to a spectacular new gameplay, From Software has announced the different Elden Ring Collector’s Editions, among which one stands out that amounts to 259.99 euros and offers a 1: 1 scale replica of the Malenia helmet. But that’s not all, the immediacy of the private beta has led the studio to also share some of the game’s classes and the title’s graphical configuration, with various graphical modes. A snack compared to the amount of impressions and opinions that will rain down on us these days from the lucky ones who try the demo. And why fool ourselves, we will read every point of them. We really want to visit the Midlands.