George R. R. Martin hinted at a movie or TV series for "Elden Ring"

On the eve of the release of "Shadow of the Erdtree," George R. Р. Martin hinted at a movie or TV show for the "Elden Ring" game.

In a post on his blog, the "Games of Thrones" author writes about winning awards and thus strongly suggests that an adaptation of the FromSoftware masterpiece is indeed in the works.

"Oh, and about those rumors you may have heard about a feature film or TV series based on "Elden Ring"... I have nothing to say," he said. "Not a word, no, nothing, I don't know anything, you've never heard a peep out of me, Mom, Mom, Mom. What hearing?"

As George R. Р. Martin said in the blog post, the famed fantasy author "built the world" for "Elden Ring," while FromSoftware chief Hidetaka Miyazaki and his team "did everything else." Now it really looks like there will be a movie or TV series about the "Elden Ring," George R. Р. Martin will likely be involved in some capacity.

A movie about the "Elden Ring" often came up as a possibility, and fans pondered how it might be adapted. Miyazaki himself recently revealed that he would be open to an adaptation of the studio's action RPG, which sold 25 million copies in 2022, but only if a "very strong partner" came along.

"I don't see any reason to refuse another interpretation or adaptation of Elden's Ring, such as a film," Miyazaki explained in an interview with the Guardian. "But I don't think FromSoftware or I have the knowledge or ability to create something in another medium."

"So that's where a very strong partner would step in," Miyazaki continued. "You have to build, a lot of trust and agreement for everything we're trying to accomplish, but there's certainly interest."

Meanwhile, "Shadow of the Erdtree" is selling great, selling 5 million copies in just three days. IGN gave "Shadow of the Erdtree" a 10/10 rating. We said, "Like the base game before it, "Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree" raises the bar for single-player DLC expansions. It takes everything that made the base game such a remarkable role-playing game, shrinks it down into a relatively compact 20-25 hour campaign, and provides fantastic new challenges that highly engaged fans can chew on." | BGNES