Whereas data on FromSoftware’s mysterious collab with George R. R. Martin stays a thriller, there’s one factor we all know for certain: The lead musical composer of Sekiro, Darkish Souls III, and extra can be bringing her auditory magic to Elden Ring. Confirmed on Twitter by Yuka Kitamura herself when requested by a fan about her involvement with the mysterious Elden Ring mission, Kitamura’s fingerprints lay all throughout From Software program’s physique of labor. From enjoying some sinister sounds on the spell-bounding Bloodborne soundtrack to a Darkish Souls III rating that paid homage to top-of-the-line trilogies in gaming, Kitamura and her work could be noticeably absent if not included in From’s subsequent large work.
The composer’s earliest work consists of the Armored Core franchise, although most will acknowledge her rating from the hauntingly stunning Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Nonetheless and exact, Yuka’s rating for the 2019 award-winning motion, stealth sport feels completely different than any of her earlier work for From Comfortable. This makes good sense as, in lots of regards, Sekiro is as large a deviation from the core From components as 2015’s Bloodborne, a game that celebrated its fifth anniversary this week.
Alas, the information of Kitamura dealing with composition is among the solely precise, substantial information about Elden Ring for the reason that sport’s announcement 25 years in the past in 2019. There are jokes aplenty right here, together with if Elden Ring even exists when the meme about Martin’s physique of labor is that he won’t ever end out the Sport of Thrones books. Given the state of the world proper now and the impact that’s having on the gaming trade’s launch schedule that June 2020 rumored launch date for Elden Ring appears an increasing number of like a far-fetched fantasy.
Vibrant facet: If it’s a fantasy then possibly Yuka Kitamura will nonetheless present the soundtrack.