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There are two days left until an important event in the world of video games takes place, the official launch of Elden Ring: Shadow of The Erdtreand, DLC that will continue with the narrative that was left in the vanilla game and that will inform players more about the lore of that world. However, something that usually happens in the face of a game this important are leaks, and the latest creation of FromSoftware Unfortunately, it was not going to be the exception.

In a new publication in Twitter, developers asked fans not to spoil elements of the long-awaited DLC, after some early access leakers leaked the entire final boss fight and more. And whose material can already be found in Youtube without much effort, although it has also been said that it has appeared on social networks without looking for the words of the title.

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Here is the statement:

With the release of the Elden Ring expansion, Shadow of the Erdtree, be aware of spoilers for those who want to enter the Realm of Shadows with nothing but their determination and clear minds. Thanks for your cooperation.

To avoid this type of situation, it is best for the user to block all words related to the game using Twitter and some more networks. In Youtube It will be best to try to search for game content, at least not until the user has tried this addition. Beyond that, there shouldn’t be much of a problem for the user to spoil the experience in some way.

Remember that Elden Ring: Shadow of The Erdtree goes on sale on June 21 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.

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Via: IGN

AA Pleca-Amazon-OK

Author’s note: It’s not easy to have to deal with spoilers, but if you don’t see social media for a couple of days, the problem is solved, at least I think so.

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