Valkyrie Elysium’s release date has possibly been leaked via the PlayStation Network

The leaked trailer is no longer available.

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Square Enix fans today uncovered a new trailer and details that indicated that Valkyrie Elysium’s release date is closer than we think. The trailer was posted on the Japanese PlayStation Store, and contained never before seen gameplay footage of main characters and story beats.

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The now-deleted trailer showed stunning new gameplay and had a date at the end, which is believed to be the release date for Valkyrie Elysium: September 29, 2022. This means there are only a couple of months to wait until the game is in our hands. However, checking the Japanese PlayStation Store page now doesn’t list a release date. Eagled-eye fans who saw the trailer took many screenshots and shared them wherever they could. Find these soon because, based on the trailer takedown, they too likely won’t be around forever.

At the time of writing, the trailer that fans found in the depths of the Japanese PlayStation Store has been taken down. This only adds credence to the details that have now been shared all over social media. Square Enix has not spoken out to debunk these details, meaning they’re more than likely accurate.

Valkyrie Elysium is the latest entry in the beloved Valkyrie series, and is set around the time of Ragnarok and stars a Valkyrie, a warrior who died in battle and has risen to fight once more. The title will feature inventive combat and mechanics, as the series is known for, and stunning visuals that blend Norse mythology with cel-shaded graphics in a realistically rendered world. Players become the tool of Odin, the All-Father, and must save the world from doom as Ragnarok threatens to tear it apart.