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The advanced graphics settings for FromSoftware’s upcoming fantasy RPG, Elden Ring, have made their way onto the web, giving PC gamers an early glimpse of the visual options that they will be able to tweak when the game finally makes its long-awaited debut next week.

Elden Ring players on PC will be able to adjust from a range of graphics settings that include the usual options, such as texture and anti-aliasing quality, to more finer aspects that include shadow, lighting, reflection, and water surface quality. Motion blur and depth of field can also be minimized by players who prefer clearer visuals, but there doesn’t seem to be any signs of more advanced features such as an FOV slider.

Bandai Namco has also shared a new overview trailer for Elden Ring, which will release for the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC via Steam on February 24, 2022. George R.R. Martin, author of A Song of Ice and Fire, was partially responsible for helping shape the world of Elden Ring.

Elden Ring (Steam)

THE NEW FANTASY ACTION RPG. Rise, Tarnished, and be guided by grace to brandish the power of the Elden Ring and become an Elden Lord in the Lands Between.

A Vast World Full of Excitement: A vast world where open fields with a variety of situations and huge dungeons with complex and three-dimensional designs are seamlessly connected. As you explore, the joy of discovering unknown and overwhelming threats await you, leading to a high sense of accomplishment.

Create your Own Character: In addition to customizing the appearance of your character, you can freely combine the weapons, armor, and magic that you equip. You can develop your character according to your play style, such as increasing your muscle strength to become a strong warrior, or mastering magic.

An Epic Drama Born from a Myth: A multilayered story told in fragments. An epic drama in which the various thoughts of the characters intersect in the Lands Between.

Unique Online Play that Loosely Connects You to Others: In addition to multiplayer, where you can directly connect with other players and travel together, the game supports a unique asynchronous online element that allows you to feel the presence of others.

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