Company Press Release Statement Suggests Elden Ring Could Be Getting Non-Gaming Adaptations

Bandai Namco has recently published a press release that tells useful information about its developing title, Elden Ring, particularly future adaptations. In it is a statement from its CEO, Yasuo Miyakawa, who shared his mind on what could be in store for the soon-to-be-released title.

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Bandai Namco released a press release that incorporates the company CEO’s voice over Elden Ring’s future. Which, using the word of the exec, could imply that the franchise could see itself expand to “a variety of other areas”.

CEO Yasuo Miyakawa has left a vague statement by not specifying what he meant. But speculations arise which interpret the notion as an advocation for a plan to venture into other venues of the business. Possibly, a TV series, a movie, or even an anime being likely suspect about the insinuation.

Elden Ring is From Software’s latest developing project, the same studio that gave life to the popular Souls series. By far its biggest undertaking to date, the game revolves around an expansive open world that players can venture across on horseback. Adding a sense of dynamics and realism to the game is a day/night cycle as well as changing weather.

The game itself will be playable alone via its single-player campaign. But Bandai Namco reveals that it will also have an online multiplayer mode. It’s not yet definite what the nature of the multiplayer aspect will take. Players can, however, anticipate something unique will come out of it. At least, using Bloodborne’s rendition of the same play mode as a reference for comparison.

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