British writer George R.R. Martin, world-renowned for the A Song of Ice and Fire series on which the TV series Game of Thrones was based, will launch the videogame Elden Ring alongside Hidetaka Miyazaki, the creator of Dark Souls.
The official confirmation of this collaboration between Martin and Miyazaki was given this Sunday during Microsoft’s conference at the prelude to E3, the world’s most important video game fair, which will be held from Tuesday to Thursday at the Los Angeles Convention Centre. The video game announcement had previously been filtered on the Bandai Namco website. Weeks ago, the English novelist had assured in his blog that he was developing several projects, among them one of consultancy for videogames.
Elden Ring will also be signed by Hidetaka Miyazaki, director of FromSoftware studio and one of the most respected videogame creators today for his work on the Dark Souls saga and Sekiro Dies Twice. Elden Ring showed a spectacular first trailer focused on a universe of adventure and epic fantasy.