Elden Ring’s Character Creator Has Leaked and Fans are Impressed – IGN Daily Fix

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On today’s IGN The Fix: Games,

Footage of the Elden Ring character creator has leaked, and fans are pleasantly surprised to find it’s a much more in-depth system than that featured in Dark Souls and Bloodborne.

Grand Theft Auto parent company Take-Two just bought Zynga in a practically unprecedented $12.7 billion deal, and part of the reasoning is that it wants the opportunity to bring some of its biggest console and PC game properties to mobile.

Those who are looking to purchase Dying Light 2 on February 4, 2022, and beyond will be happy (or terrified) to know that developer Techland has confirmed it will take “at least 500 hours” to fully complete the game.

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