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The Bloodborne and Sekiro Composer Is Working on the Elden Ring Soundtrack

An Elden Ring soundtrack composer has confirmed her involvement with the sport. Yuka Kitamura confirmed that she will likely be engaged on it when somebody requested on Twitter if she could be part of the mission. Her response was a succinct, “Yes, I am.” [Thanks, Reddit!]

Here’s the complete change.

Yes, I’m

— Yuka Kitamura (@_Yuka_Kitamura_) March 25, 2020

Kitamura has composed the soundtracks for a lot of current FromSoftware titles, so her involvement with the Elden Ring soundtrack isn’t stunning. Her most up-to-date mission was Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Prior to that, she labored on the scores for Dark Souls II and III, Deracine, and the PlayStation 4-exclusive Bloodborne.

Very little is thought about Elden Ring to date. We know that FromSoftware President Hidetaka Miyazaki is appearing as its director and author, engaged on its story with novelist and A Song of Fire and Ice novelist George R.R. Martin. (Martin is crafting its lore, whereas Miyazaki is dealing with the principle story.)

Elden Ring doesn’t but have a launch date. However, it’s an action-RPG with an open world that may finally be heading to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC worldwide.

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