Elden Ring Gets New Screenshots During Japanese Playstation “Play! Play! Play!’ Livestream

Elden Ring Gets New Screenshots During Japanese Playstation “Play! Play! Play!’ Livestream

Sony held their Playstation ‘Play! Play! Play!’ livestream in Japan this week which showcased Elden Ring unveiling a couple of new screenshots.

Elden Ring Gets New Screenshots During Japanese Playstation “Play! Play! Play!’ Livestream

To be expected the ‘Play! Play! Play!’ Japanese livestream didn’t unveil too much but it did show two more screenshots which showed a player upon horseback (mount) which is assumed to be the Spirit Steed, aiming a bow and arrow at a flying enemy against the backdrop of a mountainous region, and derelict castle. There are also sheep seen grazing in the distance, meaning it looks like normal creatures will inhabit the world as well (although we can’t see them up close, could be some murderous livestock we don’t know about yet).

The title above the screenshot says (via Google Translate) “customise your character freely”.

The second screenshot is much more serene, with the player next to a luminous light amongst a field of wildflowers. It appears that this is nighttime, suggesting the night cycle system. The title above the screenshot says (via Google Translate) “what kind of story is it?” Also during the livestream the presenters are against a background of the Erdtree, which also displays the day/night system with the sky slowly going from day to night.

While the livestream was in Japanese you can check out the Erdtree background for yourself at minute 32:34 below:

If you want more Elden Ring be sure to check out next Elden Ring | Why I Don’t Think “Opt-In” Is The Solution To Solo PvP Invasions and Elden Ring New Gameplay Breakdown & Impressions, New Mechanics Revealed. You can also drop by our Elden Ring wiki for all the latest info.


For a rundown of recent RPG news find it here in Top RPG News Of The Week: October 17th (Monster Hunter Rise, Baldur’s Gate 3, Avowed And More!).

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