Elden Ring is a game that went off the radar for some time now, and we didn't know at what stage it is and whether development is still being carried out at all. The title, announced on E3 in 2019, was initially with the names of Hidetaka Miyazaki (responsible for previous games from Software such as Demon's Souls or Dark Souls) and George R.R. Martin. The role of the creator of the famous Game of Thrones was defined quite vaguely and was to boil down primarily to co-creating mythology of the game world. However, thanks to From Software's recenr Twitter post, we know that Elden Ring is being developed and it's doing well.
Under the Twitter entry about Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice update, From Software posted a second one, in which it thanked the fans for the enthusiasm and support they show for Elden Ring. Japanese developers also expressed their hope that the players are waiting for the new dark fantasy action RPG.
It seems that the scenario announced by Grimran Khan (former Senior Editor at Game Informer), who assumed that Elden Ring will not go on sale in 2020, but a little later, seems to be coming true. Those who want to face another challenging game by From Software will most likely still have to be patient.
According to info from 2019, Elden Ring will launch on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. However, we can certainly assume that the title will also appear on next-gen consoles, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. For the time being we don't know the specific release date.