Those rumours about a collaboration between George R.R. Martin and Hidetaka Miyazaki turn out to have been more than just rumours.
A release date is yet to be confirmed. The game is a fantasy RPG that focuses on something called the Elden Ring.
FromSoftware used the Xbox E3 2019 stage to reveal its latest project, a third-person action-RPG named Elden Ring.
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Funnily enough, Miyazaki says that he believed Martin would turn down the opportunity to work with him.
Miyazaki says that the world of Elden Ring will be "ripe for exploration".
Game of Thrones and Dark Souls are colliding. George R.R. Martin can't wait for us to see what his Elden Ring has in store for us. At the time, From Software envisioned Elden Ring as a "more classic fantasy title". "Among those areas, you will also find intricately designed, multi-layered castles and such".
In the Bandai Namco interview, Miyazaki also confirms that big-time boss fights are still a major part of From Software's recipe. "The importance we place on the joy the player experiences through overcoming challenges will be the same as it is in our other titles. We hope that everyone else is looking forward to the world we have created". There's no indication Martin wrote the game's actual story - merely that he created the world in which it's set - but will his involvement mean a greater emphasis on story-centric gameplay? Miyazaki's games have always left much of the storytelling murky and in the background, whereas Martin's writing - at least on Thrones - centres on intrigue happening in the here and now.