Elden Ring DLC Release Date: Official Report Leaves Fans Disappointed

Elden Ring DLC is confirmed to be in development, and a new report gives us an idea of Shadow of the Erdtree's official release date.

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Elden Ring DLC: We now know a rough release window for Shadow of the Erdtree. | © FromSoftware

Elden Ring was the hit game of 2022 and while it's got a vast world with never-ending adventure, there is more content in the works for the game which has fans pretty excited. A DLC is in the works and now a release window has also been revealed from.

Elden Ring DLC: Release Date Probably After Spring 2024

A leak via exputer revealed a potential release window of the upcoming Elden Ring DLC. It was revealed, that FromSoftware is looking to release Armored Core 6 before the Shadow of the Erdtree expansion for Elden Ring.

So, what does that mean for all of us Elden Ring fans out there? Well, it means we are going to have to be a bit more patient.

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A potential release window for the Elden Ring DLC was revealed by a recent financial report from Kadokawa Corporation, which owns FromSoftware. According to the report, Kadokawa doesn't feature the Elden Ring DLC in their plans for the fiscal year ending on March 31, 2024. This suggests, that Shadow of the Erdtree will be released in April 2024 or later in the year.

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FromSoftware's parent company doesn't plan with Elden Ring DLC until after March 2024. | © Kadokawa

Armored Core 6: Fires of Rubicon is coming out on August 25, and with this being the first Armored Core game since 2012, fans are pretty excited for this game. It makes sense then for FromSoftware to prioritize this installment of the series, while the Elden Ring DLC is going to be a hit for sure after the huge success of the initial game.

So, are you excited for the upcoming Armored Core game, or would you rather have the Elden Ring DLC release beforehand? The gameplay on both games is vastly different, aiming for different demographics, but if it's a FromSoftware game you'll know either is going to be a success.

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