‘Elden Ring: The Board Game’ will bring the Lands Between to the tabletop

If From Software’s uncompromising approach to difficulty has kept you from playing Elden ring, you’ll soon have another way to experience one of the year’s most popular games. This week Steamforged Games announced it adapts Elden ring into a board game.

According to Mat Hart, the company’s co-founder, “Fans can expect a dark, richly realized tabletop world filled with mystery and danger, with satisfying combat and rewarding exploration.” There aren’t many details on the project as of this writing, but Steamforged promised a combat system that works without rolling dice. You can also play the game with up to three other friends – or alone if you prefer.

Like Steamforged’s version Dark Souls and Horizon Zero Dawn, Elden Ring: The Board Game comes with a handful of miniatures. On Friday, the company shared a rendering of one and, like Margit, showed one of Elden Rings Bosses in the early game will appear in miniature form. Despite its small size, this version of the Fell Omen looks every bit as intimidating as its video game counterpart. Steamforged will share more details about the project when it brings the game to Kickstarter at a later date. Until then, you can sign up to receive updates as soon as the company is ready to share them.

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