Every day E3 gets closer and leaks are coming from everywhere. The latest in these leaks is a confirmation on the collaboration of From Software and George RR Martin. The new game is called Elden Ring and the first artwork has been officially published online. \n \nDaniel "ZhugeEX" Ahmed is responsible for the leak but he has gained a reputation over time for being a reliable source when it comes to new game announcements. This leak gave a look at the teaser art for Elden Ring. \n \nElden Ring is a world created by Hidetaka Miyazaki and George R. R. Martin that is being released for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. Miyazaki is the president of From Software and was responsible for the development of Demon's Souls, Dark Souls, Bloodborne, and Sekiro. \n \nThe game has been described in earlier rumors as an open-world experience where you can explore many different kingdoms. If you kill the rulers of each kingdom you can unlock their abilities or special powers to add to your collection. \n \nWith the creative expertise of George R. R. Martin mixed with the digital storytelling talent of Miyazaki, this game is no doubt going to exceed fans expectations. If the world of Elden Ring is as rich in lore as Game of thrones then there will be hours of subtle details and character development to explore. \n \nMany fans wonder about the Elden Ring image that was released. Judging from the promo alone the game can be expected to be as dark as the Dark Souls series. George R. R. Martin is known for being ruthless with his world giving it a dark realistic feel while still maintaining a high fantasy world. \n \nThere is probably going to be less sex in Elden Ring then in Martin's other work. Players can rely on the passive storytelling skill that Dark Souls is known for. This allows the developers to weave a complex story into the subtle details of the game and really inspire players to explore and find every secret in the world. \n \nRumors surrounding Elden Ring say that the game has been in development for three years. Alongside this game From Software has been working on Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Where Sekiro was expected Elden Ring is an exciting addition to the E3 lineup. \n \nElden Ring is expected to be officially revealed during Microsoft's E3 2019 press conference where many are expecting the debut of the next-generation Xbox and the fourth Fable game.