Elden Ring is being scored by Sekiro and Dark Souls 3 composer Yuka Kitamura

The same composer who scored Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Dark Souls 2 and 3 and Bloodborne is working on Elden Ring.

Yuka Kitamura confirmed the news on Twitterwhere she responded to a fan hoping to hear the famous composer’s work on Elden Ring, the latest project by From Software and A Song of Ice and Fire author George RR Martin.

We haven’t heard much (read: almost nothing) about Elden Ring since the first trailer was unveiled on E3 2019. We were all ready for a performance at the Taipei Game Show, but the event was canceled due to concerns about the spread of the corona virus.

What we’ve seen is about as grand as you’d expect from a collaboration between From Software and the author of arguably the most influential modern fantasy saga. Compared to From mainstay Dark Souls, Elden Ring is said to be bigger, more open and more versatile.

“Even compared to the Dark Souls series, I think this title will give players even more variety in how they can overcome challenges and adjust their tactics when faced with enemies,” said Dark Souls and Bloodborne director. Hidetaka Miyazaki Xbox Wire. The developer also described Elden Rings as “without a doubt our biggest volume volume title yet”, in a conversation with IGN.

With Kitamura confirmed to work her auditory magic behind the scenes, Elden Ring sounds like someone to watch.

We’re not entirely sure when Elden Ring comes out, but here are the best upcoming games of 2020 to keep you busy until then.

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