Elden Ring: the game officially enters the gold phase!

Elden Ring officially enters the gold phase! This was announced by Yasuhiro Kitao, producer of From Software. Kitao himself also talked about a day one patch. Let’s find out the details

There is very little left now, a month and a day, to the release of one of the most anticipated video games of the year and of this entire videogame season. Fire ring, title developed by From Software, in collaboration with writer George RR Martin, officially enters fase gold, which means that the major development work has now been completed.

Elden Ring: fase gold e patch al day one

To announce the entry into the gold phase of Elden Ring it was the same Yasuhiro Kitao, producer of From Software itself in a recent presentation for the Taipei Game Show. The gold phase is the latest development phase of the title. A phase in which we concentrate and work on what we can trivially define “last details”. Also, Kitao himself talked about one patch al day one on which the developers are already working, which confirms even more the completeness of the game.

A patch on day one, therefore, will await those who decide to buy Elden Ring. A practice, this of releasing copious updates for the day one which, by now, has accustomed the vast majority of gamers who, therefore, to enjoy the complete experience will have to download this update before starting the game. We know, it is a really terrible wait! Let us know what you think of this news and if you are in hype for Elden Ring. To let us know your opinion please leave a comment in the appropriate section below.

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Stefania Romagnoli is a dedicated writer who delves into the world of video game news. With a profound passion for gaming, Stefania keeps readers informed and up-to-date on the latest developments, announcements, and trends within the gaming industry.