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The Elden Ring: Shadow Of The Erdtree Release Date And Physical Editions Might Have Already Leaked

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After we literally just got word that Elden Ring’s hugely-anticipated Shadow of the Erdtree DLC expansion is getting a debut gameplay trailer tomorrow morning, it seems some crucial info might have already found its way out there.

It comes from everyone’s mate billbil-kun, a leaker who consistently provides very concrete early reveals and speculation, so there’s a decent amount of weight to the below.

Bill says that Bandai Namco are preparing to release two new SKUs for Elden Ring, including a Game of the Year Edition and a Shadow of the Erdtree-inclusive Collector’s Edition, both on June 21st, 2024 – which heavily suggests that this is also the release date for the DLC itself.

Both editions are supposedly going to be available physically for PS5, Xbox Series X and PC, and the prices of each were also speculated in billbil-kun’s report, although these might not be set in stone and will naturally differ locally. Here’s what they say:

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  • Elden Ring Shadow Of The Erdtree (DLC included) GOTY Edition – 79.99 euros (likely around $110-125 AUD)
  • Elden Ring Shadow Of The Erdtree (DLC included) Collector’s Edition – 259.99 euros (likely around $400-430 AUD)

Officially, Bandai Namco and FromSoftware have announced that the three-minute feature will drop tomorrow at the ripe time of 2AM AEDT, with little else to go off in terms of what exactly we’ll see and whether or not a release date for the DLC will finally be revealed.

You’ll be able to watch the trailer as it debuts on the official Bandai Namco YouTube channel below: