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ELDEN RING DLC RELEASE DATE NEWS, LEAKS, AND COLOSSEUM MYSTERY EXPLAINED

ZackMorlin

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Elden Ring has sold more 13.4 million copies to date and continues to gather new fans with every day that passes. It’s been a near ever-present in the steam charts since its release in February and you’d certainly be hard pushed to find a better Game of the Year contender outside FromSoftware’s latest action RPG. But despite many fans diving back into the game over and over again (there is 6 endings after all), most of the community are desperate to see what the developer does with the game next, especially with regards to more post-launch content.
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Will Elden Ring Have DLC?
At this point, nothing has been officially announced with both FromSoftware and Publisher Bandai Namco avoiding any concrete answers on the future of the game. That being said, FromSoftware does have a history of releasing DLC for their previous titles. Dark Souls 1-3, Bloodborne and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice all received hefty post-launch support and content updates.
There have also been hints in press releases, with one including a quote from Bandai Namco Entertainment President and CEO Yasuo Miyakawa which talks about “expanding the brand beyond the game itself”. Clearly Bandai Namco know they need to capitalise on a game as significant as Elden Ring, and you would imagine one of the easiest ways to do that would be via post launch content.

Elden Ring DLC Speculation & Ideas
There’s no telling which direction any Elden Ring DLC could take players, but thankfully we have a few ideas…

Speculation Idea 1 – The Divine Towers Mystery Cloud
Some fans have noticed that the Elden Ring Divine Tower locations appear to converge on one central point on the Elden Ring map. Surprisingly, the Erdree isn’t at the centre of these Tower locations, but rather a mysterious clouded region which sits in the middle of an ocean.
Some players have suggested that this has to mean something and that we could see this unveiled as a new DLC location to explore, but for what purpose we just can’t say. Likewise, it would probably be relatively small (at least compared to the game as a whole) so what could be hiding here would certainly have to be worth the minimal exploration.

Speculation Idea 2 – Miquella’s Egg
Malenia, Blade of Miquella is a Boss in Elden Ring, but she’s also a twin, with a brother named Miquella.
The demigod brother is never seen properly in the game, but is mentioned on occasion, with Malenia describing him as “the most fearsome Empyrean of all”. Likewise, when we say he is never seen, you can actually see him, or at least, part of him.
The game’s lore speaks of Miquella being abducted by Mohg, Lord of Blood, another boss found in Elden Ring. In fact you can see Miquella encased in an egg-like cocoon (see below). The NPC Gideon Ofnir also explains in the game that Miquella is still alive, since you need to be in order to slumber, but he also suggests that “all will be well” if he continues to slumber. Quite what would happen if he were to wake up is anyone’s guess, but we bet it would make some pretty excellent DLC.

Idea 3 – Colosseum Arenas
Of course, both of the suggestions above focus on more story content for the game, but based on a few leaks, we could also see a new PvP or PvPvE area added to the game via the game’s mysterious colosseums. You may have seen these areas from the outside dotted across the game and as far as fans can tell there’s three in total, in Leyndell, Limgrave, and Caelid.
Whilst there’s no official way to enter the buildings and explore them, some fans and modders have found a way inside. One particular modder by the name of Sekiro Dubi has also uncovered two hidden enemies and a new Site of Grace. The unfinished enemies in question as called “Gladiator Large” and “Old Lion of the Arena”, which as Dubi points out in his video below, certainly seems to make sense given that the game’s lore speaks of these locations being places where warriors would test themselves against beasts.
 

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