Elden Ring Tabletop RPG Releasing in Japan This Month; Features 14 Characters & 3 Books Totaling 624 Pages

Kadokawa and FromSoftware have announced that the official Elden Ring Tabletop RPG will release on June 20, 2023, for ¥6,050 (tax included). Written by Hironori Katou / Group SNE, this package comprises three books totaling 624 pages.

The first book, at 192 pages, details the rules all players should follow. The second book, at 96 pages, contains the skills and sheets for players to utilize. Lastly, the third book, at 336 pages, contains the enemies and scenarios intended for use by the Game Master.

3-5 people are recommended per play session, though the final amount ultimately depends on the Game Master and the players involved. Additionally, a session is expected to roughly last between 3-5 hours. Players can also choose between 14 characters; ten of which are from the Elden Ring game, while four were specifically created for this TRPG.

You can view the full cover for the Elden Ring TRPG illustrated by Jun Suemi below:

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Currently, the Elden Ring TRPG is available for pre-order from Japanese retailers Amazon Japan and Kadokawa. We’ll keep you all updated if this Tabletop RPG makes its way Westward.

You can view more information regarding the Elden Ring Tabletop RPG via its official website.

Elden Ring features the action systems that FromSoftware has proven effective through their Dark Souls series, but the team has also focused on building a narrative with this title. With the help of Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin, the game features a fantasy story where players control the fate of this world.

Users will meet various characters with their own motivations that may end up helping or hindering progression. Throughout the game, one will choose the fate of this cursed land by unraveling its secrets and myths.

The Shadow of the Erdtree Expansion was recently announced, but not much elaboration has been provided regarding its contents.

Elden Ring is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC via Steam, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. If you missed it, check out our review.

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