The primary commonality between a From Software game and George R.R. Martin's most popular literary endeavor is that dying happens. Rumors have been flying for a while, and now the answer is a clear YES.
Elden Ring was officially unveiled today during Microsoft's E3 showcase, and people are hungry for any information they can find (the trailer doesn't necessarily show a lot). "I doubt you could even imagine it, " hisses the game's protagonist. "That which commanded the stars, giving life its fullest brilliance, the Elden Ring... oh Elden Ring... shattered by someone or something". We hope that everyone else is looking forward to the world we have created. "It burns." Sounds dire. He confirms that it will take place in an open world which he refers to as a large open field to play in. With knights and magic and more than a few echoes of The Lord of the Rings, it all sounds right up Martin's alley.
I would have to say the biggest difference is it being open world. Martin added. "The graphics, mythos, and action-RPG gameplay will deliver an unforgettable experience".
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Hidetaka Miyazaki, FromSoftware's longtime game director and president, also weighed in. Obviously enough, it's also an entirely new mythos, co-created by George R.R. Martin, which provided a "wonderful source of stimulus" for FromSoftware, in Miyazaki's gracious words. Going by the trailer it looks like the Elden Ring has been destroyed and with it the world has fallen into chaos, with it bringing destruction to the world. Let us know if you're excited! The publisher is Bandai Namo. However, Bandai and FromSoftware's collaborative efforts are well-known, with the two parties having previously worked together on the Dark Souls trilogy. He says that development got started on Elden Ring after the studio wrapped up Dark Souls III DLC.
Miyazaki's company, FromSoftware, makes games known for extremely in-depth, complex lore.