Elden ring details revealed in chinese beta test

Fans of Japanese developer FromSoftware and fantasy writer George R.R. Martin have been eagerly awaiting news on the upcoming action role-playing game Elden Ring. Now, new details have been revealed that came to light during the Chinese beta test.

As it has been revealed, Elden Ring will feature an open game world that is expected to be about seven to nine times the size of the Dark Souls world. Here, the world will be divided into six different regions, each characterized by a boss enemy and a special architecture.

Elden ring details revealed in chinese beta test

Furthermore, it was revealed that players will be able to create their own game character, which can be equipped with various abilities and weapons. In this regard, the combat system should be both dynamic and tactical in order to present the player with various challenges.

Latest information on the Chinese beta test of the Elden Ring

A recent Chinese beta test of Elden Ring revealed new details about game mechanics, characters and environments.

The game is played in an open-world environment consisting of different regions that are all connected to each other. Players can choose between different mounts to explore the world and progress faster.

Battles in the game are fought in real time and feature a new system for upgrading weapons and skills. There are also a variety of characters that can help the player, including NPCs that offer missions or act as merchants.

  • New details on the Chinese beta test of the Elden Ring:
  • – Open-world environment with different regions
  • – Mounts for exploring the world
  • – Real-time battles with a new system for improving weapons and skills
  • – NPCs as helpers for the player

This information was published by players who participated in the Chinese beta test, but should be taken with a grain of salt as it is unconfirmed details. Fans are eagerly awaiting more official details and information about the Elden Ring, which is scheduled for release later this year.