An Elden Ring board game is coming soon to Kickstarter

Experience the beauty of Elden Ring on your tabletop.

From the creators of the official Dark Souls and Resident Evil board games, an official Elden Ring board game has been announced by Steamforged Games. The project will receive initial funding from a Kickstarter campaign, where fans can provide money for the game's launch and receive exclusive rewards. These rewards may include player mats, game expansions, and extra game pieces.

Image via Steamforged Games

Steamforged Games is also responsible for the highly successful Dark Souls board game, which surpassed its funding goal by over three million pounds on Kickstarter. The Dark Souls board game features many intricate pieces, with careful attention to detail, so we can expect the Elden Ring game to contain a similar quality of workmanship. The developers have released a limited amount of information about the Elden Ring board game, claiming that the Kickstarter campaign is "coming soon" on their tweet.

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Other than this cryptic release date, we have a mysterious invitation on the same tweet, saying, "Undertake a new journey with us, Tarnished." Although we do not know many details about the game's features, we can't wait to see the creativity of Steamforged Games. It's difficult even to imagine the beauty of Torrent captured in plastic or the terrifying figure of Malenia. We hope to see some of the community's favorite characters, including Blaidd the Half-Wolf and Iron Fist Alexander. Considering the gorgeous pieces in the Dark Souls board game, we have high expectations for the official Elden Ring board game and are anxiously waiting for the Kickstarter campaign to drop.

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