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Two more Elden Ring classes introduced: Confessor and Samurai

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When Elden Ring launches, players will be able to choose from 10 classes. Five of these classes were available in the Elden Ring closed test, while the other five were still a mystery. Now, with the introduction of the Confessor and Samurai classes in Elden Ring, the only class not shown is the Wretch class.

Along with revealing what the Confessor and Samurai classes will look like in Elden Ring, the developers have also provided some information about them. The Confessor in the game is a church spy who is “skilled in undercover operations”. He is good with a sword as well as “spells”, indicating that they can be a good choice for those who want to combine hand-to-hand combat with magical abilities.

Samurai is more focused on physical combat. Hailing from the Land of Reeds, the Samurai is “handy with katana and longbows”. Thus, it is well suited for close and long-range combat.


With the reveal of the Confessor and Samurai classes, all Elden Ring classes have been revealed except for the aforementioned Scoundrel class. It’s unclear exactly why this is, but it’s possible the class will be on display between now and Elden Ring’s release date at the end of the month. Although the class itself has not yet been shown, we know some details about it. According to FromSoftware, the Rogue in Elden Ring will be a real challenge for players considering it’s a “naked” class.

Elden Ring releases February 25 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.

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