Two New Elden Ring Off-Art Books for November November
KADOKAWA Ltd has announced the upcoming release of Elden Ring Official Art Book Volume I and Elden Ring Official Art Book Volume II. The two products are going to be sold separately for 4400 ($31.40), or as a bundled package, and a high definition art of Godfrey for 17600 ($125.61).
With the large amount of artwork we see in the game, this book was originally planned as a separate art book. This will amplify the overall scope and complexity of player-created artwork. Volume I gives me an expression of the character from the main game. Field concepts and dungeons were designed to form concept art and character and armor art. The large open world contains various types of enemies and threats players are familiar with, as well as the many illustrations of weapons and items players pick up along the journey through the Elden Rings.
Additionally, the special edition ebtenDX package is available in limited quantities exclusively at Ebten.jp, and will include the two official art books as well as a high-definition frame from Godfrey. The material is called a “smooth and amazing”. The printing technique created from the “DailyFine” signifies a high quality paper capable of restoring and reprinting important cultural and national treasures.
Ebten also posted a sample of all the content players will find in each volume. In addition to them, the design and plan of each book have been spelled out in one piece. Each volume includes 400 pages full of advanced, detailed, high-quality illustrations. You will weigh the Godfrey frame approximately 440 x 354mm and the dimensions of the artwork will be A4 (287 x 202mm). The three-sided box is a free bonus offered by Ebten and not included in the total price of the DX pack.
The books are only available in physical version. There is no indication that digital is in production. Interested players can also check out publisher Kadokawa’s pages for more books and strategy guides available on new and relevant games such as Persona 5 The Royal, Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, and 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim. Elden Ring is now available for PS4, PS5, Xbox X | S, Xbox One, and PC, and there are plans to expand the IP beyond the current game, according to a recent statement from director Hidetaka Miyazaki.
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