Elden Ring Has Officially Gone Gold

Elden Ring, the highly-anticipated action-RPG developed by FromSoftware (and with world-building elements from A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin), has finally gone gold.

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According to Twitter user @EldenRingUpdate, a Taipei Game Show video confirms Elden Ring has now gone gold and shouldn't see any delay from its release across PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox One on Feb. 25.

For those unfamiliar with the term, in the video game industry, "going gold" means that the master version of the game has been finalized and it's ready for mass production, distribution, and packaging of digital and physical copies of the game.

Elden Ring was originally due to release this month, but fans can be assured that the game will arrive for its February release date. During a presentation at the Taipei Game Show, FromSoftware's Yasuhiro Kitao reassured fans over the RPG's development.

When asked if the development of Elden Ring was going smoothly, Kitao said, “It is. Elden Ring was originally slated for release in January of this year, and it has been pushed back once to February. But please be assured, the title will be ready for sale on February 25. The master version has already been submitted, and right now, the team is working on a day one patch to make sure everything in the game is just so.”

Fans will still have to wait a month before they can play Elden Ring, and the game is already getting a lot of hype. It already became Steam's most-wishlisted game.

You can watch the story trailer for Elden Ring below:

Read More: Elden Ring Collector's Editions and Exclusive Pre-Order Bonuses Unveiled

For more details about Elden Ring, check out everything we know about the game here.

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