Elden Ring It is considered one of the best games of the generation. Thanks to an open world and a series of tools for all types of players, this is FromSoftware’s most accessible installment, something that earned it great recognition from the public and critics. Now, It was recently revealed that a mobile version of Elden Ring is already in development.
According to Reuters, Tencent, which owns 16% of FromSoftware, is already working on a mobile version of Elden Ring. However, this will not be a port as such, but rather it will be a free-to-play with in-app purchases, which is inspired by Genshin Impactso gacha elements are not ruled out.
At the moment we do not have a clear idea of the type of project that is in development, but it is very likely that we will have more information in the future. Let us remember that Elden Ring managed to sell more than 20 million units during its first yearand has become FromSoftware’s most successful game, so bringing this title to mobile devices makes sense, especially when we consider the market that exists in Asia for this type of experience.
However, It is in doubt to what extent the experience of Elden Ring will be compromised by hardware limitations and the free-to-play system. In any case, the gameplay, systems and approach that reaches mobile devices will probably be very different from what is seen on consoles and PC. For their part, neither Tencent nor FromSoftware have spoken publicly about this work. We can only wait to see what kind of experience awaits us. On related topics, the DLC of Elden Ring is getting closer. Likewise, creator of Elden Ring talk about a sequel.
Whatever Tencent is working on, it’s not Elden Ring. The game that comes to mobile devices will be a soulless version made with the simple purpose of stealing money from all the unwary people who don’t know what it is. Elden Ring. At best, this experience will be something that will be forgotten in the future, and at worst, this title will become a disgrace for FromSoftware.