Elden Ring DLC expansion Shadow of the Erdtree story trailer releases

FromSoftware and Bandai Namco, the developer and publisher behind Elden Ring, have released a new story trailer for Shadow of the Erdtree.

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Elden Ring players will be glad to know that some new details have been revealed about the villain they will be facing in the upcoming DLC expansion titled "Shadow of the Erdtree".

The long-awaited expansion of the critically acclaimed FromSoftware title Elden Ring has just received a new story trailer that reveals some new details about the villain, Messmer the Impaler. Reports indicate the new villain is a powerful demigod that is linked to the characters from the original Elden Ring story. As for the story trailer, there are hints at what sent the demigod Miquella to the new land that she sacrificed himself for.

Additionally, the trailer ends with followers of Miquella joining forces and requesting new warriors fight for their cause to be rid of Messmer and his burning legions. Notably, the new story trailer may appear confusing to the casual Elden Ring player who didn't really pay much attention to the lore of the game and was just there for the extremely tight and rewarding gameplay, but for self-proclaimed Elden Ring scholars, the new story trailer is certainly a rich piece of information to obtain just a few months before the DLC releases.

For those that don't know, Shadow of the Erdtree will take players to a new region called the Land of Shadow, which is approximately the size of Limgrave. Elden Ring Shadow for the Erdtree is releasing on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC on June 21.

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