Elden Ring Will Not Disappoint When It Comes To Horrifying Bosses
Fans of the iconic Dark Souls franchise learned very quickly that there are always a few specific things to expect when trying out a new game in the series: an intense level of difficulty, strategically placed mimics, and some pretty terrifying bosses. Now that From Software has officially announced Elden Ring, its collaborative title with author George R. R. Martin, the question now is just how much of Dark Souls will be infused into the upcoming title. While the jury is still out on the first few things on the list, the game will definitely have its share of epic and scary bosses to overcome.
In a recent interview with Xbox Wire, From Software head Hidetaka Miyazaki was asked about the boss fights to be found in Elden Ring, and what fans can expect from the game in terms of presentation. According to Miyazaki, there will be plenty of “unique and horrifying” bosses to be found throughout the game. “Yes, of course,” said Miyazaki when asked if Elden Ring will feature battles with similar intensity with those found in the previous Dark Souls games.
Boss fights are something we enjoy making and make up one of the climaxes to this title as well. We feel there is a wide variety of unique and horrifying bosses for players to look forward to.”
Between the epic boss fights to come and the sheer and simple fact that the gameplay will be heavily based on Dark Souls, From Software fans will surely be in for quite the ride when the title finally releases.
Elden Ring is now in development.
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