It’s just mon­th’s ways before Elden Ring is released, and From Soft­ware has con­firmed that the game is almost done being devel­oped. Much of the game is still a mys­tery, and From Soft­ware has done a decent job keep­ing any details regard­ing the game close to the chest.

Elden Ring’s devel­op­ment sta­tus was unveiled dur­ing a recent Famit­su inter­view. From Soft­ware’s Yasuhi­ro Kitao sim­ply said the game is “at the end of devel­op­ment.” He did not indi­cate when the game would go gold. Kitao also loose­ly described the game’s world and dif­fi­cul­ty, say­ing play­ers can “seam­less­ly vis­it” the dun­geons scat­tered through­out the world. This is a From Soft­ware game, so don’t expect a walk in the park. “High dif­fi­cul­ties and over­com­ing them” are part of the game, Kitao said.

Although the game is close to fin­ish, a mere months away from release, no one real­ly knows much about it. From Soft­ware recent­ly brought the upcom­ing title to Gamescom, where it won an award for Best Sony PlaySta­tion Game–even though no more infor­ma­tion was released to the public.