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Elden Ring movie teased by Hidetaka Miyazaki

Elden Ring movie teased by Hidetaka Miyazaki

The Lands Between on the silver screen

We could be on the cusp of getting an Elden Ring movie, if this latest tease is to be believed.

Most of you are either still grappling with the onslaught of bosses in the new Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree DLC, or have recently finished it and are still recovering.

Shadow of the Erdtree hasn’t exactly been a forgiving DLC, and while that’s the whole point of FromSoftware experiences, a recent update has been released to help the noobs feel more at home. Ah, bless.

It's finally here, and boy oh boy, is the Shadow of the Erdtree a stunning DLC

But what happens when we can’t adapt the difficulty, say if Elden Ring came to the silver screen...?

Many assumed this day would never come, but Hidetaka Miyazaki has teased that interest in a film is there, meaning we could be about to experience the Lands Between via a whole new medium.

During an interview with The Guardian, Miyazaki said, “I don’t see any reason to deny another interpretation or adaptation of Elden Ring, a movie for example.”

“But I don’t think myself, or FromSoftware, have the knowledge or ability to produce something in a different medium. So that’s where a very strong partner would come into play.”

Considering that Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin collaborated with FromSoftware to create the narrative of Elden Ring, its move to the big screen wouldn’t exactly feel out of place.

If it does happen, though, it’s not going to be for quite some time yet. After all, Shadow of the Erdtree is still so fresh; it needs time to properly sink its claws into us and never let go.

Still, when the time is right, we look forward to seeing our worst nightmares come to life on a massive screen... in a dark room...

Featured Image Credit: Bandai Namco

Topics: Elden Ring, Fromsoftware, Bandai Namco, TV And Film