The highly anticipated action-RPG is on track for its late February release.
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FromSoftware says that Elden Ring has officially gone gold. This means that the upcoming action-RPG is "finalized" and is ready to be released on February 25, 2022.

The announcement came during the Taipei Game Show and relayed to the rest of the world by unofficial Elden Ring Twitter account, @EldenRingUpdate.

If you aren't fully aware, when a game goes "gold" that means it's in a state that the developers or publishers feel is final enough that a master version of the full game can be created. Copies of the master version are what end up in physical retail stores. Of course, as is common in this digital age, there may still be some updates to download once you connect to the Internet after installing, but that's to be expected by now.

FromSoftware's Yasuhiro Kitao assured fans at the show that development was going smoothly.

"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."
If you like, you can see the full presentation made during the Taipei Game Show embedded below.

In the past month or so, Elden Ring overtook Dying Light 2 Stay Human as the most wishlisted title on Steam.