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An Official Elden Ring Board Game Is Coming With A Kickstarter Campaign Launching Soon

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Steamforged Games, the de facto authority in board game adaptations of popular video games, has announced that an officially-licensed Elden Ring board game is coming.

The company, which has released board game versions of games like Dark Souls, Horizon Zero Dawn and Resident Evil in the part, shared the first details of the game in a press release on its website. It says the game will cast 1-4 players as “Tarnished” on a journey reminiscent of the video game source material and represent the spirit of its notoriously challenging battles.

In a vast, sprawling world of decaying grandeur that unfolds through your exploration, you’ll embark on a huge and varied adventure, visiting iconic locations and crossing paths with familiar enemies and characters. Play solo, or with up to three other Tarnished.

Experience the video game’s characteristically challenging fights recreated through intelligent, dice-free combat, where you’ll need to strategise and adapt your plans in each encounter — whether that be a lowly Godrick Soldier or the Grafted King himself.

A teaser image was also released featuring the miniature for Margit, The Fell Omen:

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Mat Hart, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer at Steamforged Games, said:

“ELDEN RING™ is a stunning, genre-defining video game, and we are humbled and privileged to be bringing it to your tabletops. To say our team is passionate about the game would be an understatement. 

“Our mission is always to deliver authentic tabletop adaptations that capture the essence of what fans know and love about the IP. Fans should expect a dark, richly-realised tabletop world of mystery and peril, with satisfying combat and rewarding exploration. Prepare to lose hours to this game, and to be glad about it.” 

A Kickstarter campaign will launch soon for Elden Ring – The Board Game, as is the norm for pretty much any tabletop product these days, and you can head to the landing page right now to make sure you’re following it ahead of time.