In a few months, it’s going to be almost two years since the announcement of Elden Ring, and there’s still no official information or trailer from the game since the first teaser that went live at E3 2019. Over the past few months, there have been several rumors about an upcoming Elden Ring trailer, but none turn out to be true. That being said, the latest Elden Ring age rating on the Bandai Namco’s official webpage, could be a trustworthy hint at a possible upcoming trailer.
As reported by Gaming Route, the official Asia branch of Bandai Namco’s webpage has recently uploaded a provisional PEGI 16 rating for Elden Ring, which is also visible on the Europe branch of the publisher’s website. Although this is still provisional and Elden Ring doesn’t have an official page on PEGI yet, this could mean a trailer is on the way.
Usually, video game trailers feature a final or provisional age rating mark from either PEGI or ESRB to indicate which ranges of gamers are allowed to play the game in Europe or North America. With the Elden Ring age rating indicator from the PEGI system available on the title’s publisher’s page, this could mean that the game might receive a new trailer soon, before getting its final rating indicator from the PEGI system.
The games usually receive their final age rating indicator when the development process is at the final stages. In the case of Elden Ring, a provisional indicator probably means that the game is still somewhere in the middle of the development process.
Elden Ring is supposed to be available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. However, it will likely be confirmed for PS5 and Xbox Series X|S as soon as a new trailer comes out. No signs of a Nintendo Switch version yet.
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