There’s lots to like about Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Dark Souls 2, Dark Souls 3, and Bloodborne, with their epic and haunting soundtracks excessive on the listing. Good information in the event you’re a fan of their composer Yuka Kitamura’s work – she’s confirmed she’s engaged on FromSoft’s upcoming darkish fantasy RPG Elden Ring.
That’s in keeping with the composer herself, who has posted a reply to a fan on Twitter (by way of GamesRadar) asking her: “Please inform me you might be engaged on Elden Ring’s soundtrack…” She merely replies: “Yes, I’m” with just a little glowing star emoji thrown in. Not solely is that this an thrilling growth for many who love the music of the long-lasting Dark Souls collection and shinobi Wolf’s journey in Sengoku period Japan – it additionally marks a uncommon perception into Elden Ring’s growth.
Little has been revealed concerning the recreation because it was introduced ultimately yr’s E3, and there’s no Elden Ring launch date (and even obscure launch window) to mark on our calendars. However, we do know Dark Souls and Sekiro director Hidetaka Miyazaki is taking the helm, and in-line with FromSoft’s speciality, it’s a third-person darkish fantasy RPG set in an open world.
Game of Thrones creator George R. R. Martin can be recognized to be collaborating on the sport, however past this, Elden Ring particulars are sparse.
— Yuka Kitamura (@_Yuka_Kitamura_) March 25, 2020
Take a have a look at the trailer beneath in the event you’re eager to get just a little snapshot of what Elden Ring will carry when it arrives… someday. Fingers crossed for 2020.
In the meantime, take a look at our lists of the perfect RPG video games to play and upcoming PC video games to maintain an eye fixed out for till extra Elden Ring information, and the sport itself, materialise.