Elden Ring Artwork Characters

New Elden Ring Artwork Focuses on Characters

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Bandai Namco released new Elden Ring artwork, and CGI images, which focus primarily on important characters within the game. Specifically, the official Elden Ring Twitter account released an illustrated image of a character shown in full armor, with a massive, white anthropomorphic lion behind him. However, Bandai Namco  did not provide a name for this character, or the lion. Additionally, four new CGI images taken from The Games Awards 2021 Elden Ring trailer have been uploaded to the official Twitter account.

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This includes screenshots of several important characters that previous trailers showed, like General Radahn and the Blade of Miquella, Malenia the Severed, as shown in a CGI still. Other characters include Godwyn the Golden. General Radahn and Malenia the Severed first appeared in the announcement trailer for Elden Ring.

Additionally, the artwork of the man in armor with the lion will appear in the Elden Ring collector’s edition. The illustration will serve as the cover for the hardcover artbook. You can take a look at the illustration below.

Elden Ring will feature a cross save system. However, there will be some stipulations between the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 version. Players will not be able to transfer PlayStation 5 saves to the PlayStation 4.

Elden Ring will release for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC on February 25, 2022.

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