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Elden Ring finally opens the Colosseums in its next update

FromSoftware releases a new trailer for Elden Ring, highlighting how the Colosseums work and revealing when they will be open.


Due to The Game Awards, elden ring has come back to dominate gaming conversations (not that it’s really stopped), but it looks like FromSoftware wanted to give fans another reason to discuss it with the next Colosseum update. Many fans have been looking forward to elden ring‘s Colosseums to open, since they were found, and FromSoftware is doing just that on December 7th.


FromSoftware has released a new trailer for elden ring that highlights the combat within these Colosseums. The PVP community has been active for a long time; in fact, elden ringPvP has certain unwritten rules that many players follow, and now they will be able to participate in PvP in another way.

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One time elden ringWith the December 7 update available, the Limgrave, Lyndell, and Caelid Coliseums will open their doors for players. FromSoftware has obviously left some mystery behind on these, but has also confirmed that players can engage in duels, free-for-all, and team fights. PvP free for all with elden ring sounds like the perfect kind of chaos to add to the mix. And the best thing is that some believed that the Colosseums would be paid DLC; It is not. The Colosseum update is free for everyone.

Of course, that doesn’t mean premium. elden ring DLC is not on the way. It’s interesting that this update is released the day before the Game Awards takes place, especially since many fans expect to see a DLC announcement at the show. It could be that it’s not there, or it could be that this is just an appetizer for a major announcement at The Game Awards. For now, fans will just have to wait and see what comes out of the show.

It does not matter that, elden ring will have a strong presence at The Game Awards. elden ring has seven nominations, including Game of the Year, Best Game Direction, Best Narrative, Best Art Direction, Best Music and Score, Best Audio Design, and Best RPG. Your toughest competition is god of war ragnarokwhich received a total of ten applications (three more than elden ring), but it will be interesting to see which game takes the most awards and, perhaps where the competition is hottest, which one takes down the coveted Game of the Year award.

elden ring is now available for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X.

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