‘Elden Ring’ director guarantees additional updates for the motion RPG

Elden Ring gained Game Of The Year at The 2022 Game Awards and through an acceptance speech, director Hidetaka Miyazaki hinted at “several more things” set to come back to the motion role-playing recreation.

Beating out competitors from A Plague Tale: Requiem, God Of War: Ragnarok, Horizon Forbidden West, Stray and Xenoblade Chronicles 3, Elden Ring picked up the extremely coveted Game Of The Year trophy final evening (December 8).

Taking to the stage to assert the award, director Hidetaka Miyazaki mentioned: “Thank you so much. We have faced some many difficulties while developing this game, so as a director, I’m really relieved. This might not be the right thing to say on the occasion of receiving this award, but I have already (decided) to create even more interesting games than this one.”

“As for Elden Ring, we still have several more things we want to do so getting this award really, really encourages us,” he added, suggesting a lot extra updates within the close to future.

Miyazaki additionally praised George R.R. Martin who “created the great mythos for the game”.

Earlier this week (December 7) writer Bandai Namco introduced the Colosseum Update, a free patch for Elden Ring that may unlock The Lands Between’s mysterious colosseums.

The colosseums are situated in Limgrave, Leyndell, and Caelid, and can embody three kinds of PvP matches: duels, free-for-alls, and team-based fights. It additionally marks the primary main Elden Ring replace for the sport because it launched in February 2022.

Elden Ring was additionally named prime of EpicGames News’s 20 greatest video games of 2022 record. “FromSoftware’s first foray into open-world games is grandiose, stunning and varied, a realm of endless challenge containing all the developer’s classically hard combat, grueling corpse-runs and punishing bosses, bundled up together with current generation graphics. Exciting, weird, challenging, rewarding, obscure, bleak… Elden Ring is a justifiable choice for our game of the year.”

Elsewhere at The Game Awards, Marvel Snap gained Best Mobile Game and God Of War: Ragnarok picked up seven awards together with Best Narrative. Check out the total record of winners right here.

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