We’ve finally made it. Many have eventually defeated the Elden Lord as well as brought somewhat control to this chaotic world of lords and demons after spending hours and hours in the Elden Ring. Despite the prospects of an Expansion, some are wondering whether there will be a successor to the latest FromSoftware masterpiece.
Elden Ring’s current status as among the greatest titles to ever grace our 21:9 resolution is the result of years of dedication on the part of respectively its players as well as its creators. By contributing to establishing the legend of Elden Ring, Game of Thrones writer George R.R. Martin exchanged his stories and lore for that of the Lands Between. An enigmatic newcomer may also be on their way to attend the revelry.
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According to Brandon Sanderson, who made the assertion throughout a previous Livestream, he and Bandai Namco were discussing a project based on the game’s universe:
“That indicates that they’d want to work with other people.. In fact, I’m one of them… Think of making a Soulsborne-style game, and you’ll see what I mean. Clearly, I’m not allowed to make that decision, am I? But I’ll keep that in mind, so you might be hearing from me in the future.”
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A book precursor to the video game might be the subject of Sanderson’s proposal, which we presume is another type of literature that might extend the Elden Ring saga before Queen Marika smashed it. Even though most of the action actually occurs in only one period, Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire trilogy could easily be expanded to include the entire span of the game’s history.
When it comes to Sanderson, he’s well-known for his contributions to the Skyward Saga as well as the epic Cosmere universe. Through Amazon’s live-action rendition of The Wheel of Time, he’s become a household name. Although he will not explicitly name the successor, it really doesn’t eliminate the possibility that people at the summit are currently plotting what follows after.