All we know about it is that the game will take a long time to arrive because it is being complicated to adapt the combat system.
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In addition to writing about Samsung stuff, we also tend to cover all kinds of news and updates regarding the gaming world. Because yes, we really like video games, and that’s undeniable for us. But we are particularly fond of mobile games, and here’s where we see some good news by combining a console franchise into the mobile world.
This is about Elden Ring, the game created by Miyamoto (FromSoftware) and George R.R. Martin for consoles and PC that would be coming to mobile devices. But before we continue, be cautious; it won’t be the same version as the current one, it will be an adapted version for mobile devices and will have little to do with the original.
The main challenge for the game would be its combat adaptation on mobile devices
What we know is that Tencent has recently acquired a 16% stake in FromSoftware, and is using this influence to work on a mobile version of the studio’s most popular game. The information we have specifies that the game will use a “gacha” system with microtransactions similar to Genshin Impact, so we can expect something filled with microtransactions.
The game would be free with in-app purchases, and for now, progress in its development is slow, especially because adapting the gameplay style and “parry” to touch screens is challenging. We have recent cases of disaster like the adaptation of Nier that ended up being canceled, and the issue was the same that Elden Ring Mobile faces, handling combat.
About Elden Ring
Elden Ring is an acclaimed action RPG developed by FromSoftware and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. It invites you to explore an extensive and dangerous open world in search of the fragments of the Elden Ring and become the Lord of the Ring.
Note: This content has been translated with an artificial intelligence tool, so the translation may be slightly inaccurate. The original version written by our editor is the Spanish version.