Elden Ring has finally arrived in stores all over the world, accompanied by the cheers of the international press. A few hours ago, the famous writer George RR Martin celebrated the success of FromSoftware’s work with a post on his blog personal.
For the uninitiated, George RR Martin is the author of A Song of Ice and Fire, the series of novels on which the famous Game of Thrones series is based. He collaborated with FromSoftware creating the basis of the story by Elden Ring. Specifically, he dealt with the creation of mythology and key characters, however following a series of guidelines imposed by Miyazaki and associates.
“The wait is over. Years of work, Elden Ring was released last week and took the video game world by storm. But don’t listen to me. FromSoftware has allowed me to create their world, so I can hardly pretend to be. goal, “says the author of A Song of Ice and Fire, who later shared a series of review links from the foreign press that praised the game as proof of his claims.
“” Masterpiece … beautiful and brutal … a sumptuous open world … “music to the ears”, continues Martin, quoting some of the phrases used by critics and subsequently congratulating Miyazaki and FromSoftware. “Obviously, most of the credit should go to Hidetaka Miyazaki and his amazing team of designers who have been working on this game for half a decade or more, determined to create the best video game ever. I am honored to have met and worked with them. and to have played a role, however small, in creating this fantasy world and making Elden Ring the megahit it is. “
In turn, the developers of FromSoftware have paid homage to Martin by hiding an easter egg from The Throne of Swords in Elden Ring.