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This official Elden Ring art allows you to admire The Lands Between without constant fear of being maimed at any time.

If you can get past the fear of what awaits you around every corner in The Lands Between, you might have noticed that Elden Ring is an incredibly beautiful game. If you want to behold some of that beauty without the added element of fear, you can now do so by purchasing some of these magnificent works of art.

All ten prints were created by Cook and Becker (thanks, Eurogamer). The publisher worked closely with FromSoftware and Bandai Namco on the project, so yes, this is the official artwork for Elden Ring. Cook and Becker specializes in editing and creating video game art and more, hence the quality of these prints showing various areas and characters from FromSoft’s latest Souls game.


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If you want striking Elden Ring artwork to hang in your home, Cook and Becker have ten different images to choose from. Godfrey, the Tree Sentinel and an incredibly striking image of the Erdtree are among the images on offer. The prints have been created using high quality paper and archival inks, ensuring the product is museum quality.

The best news of all is that prints don’t have to cost you an arm and a leg, unless you want to. Prices start from $80, although the cost is determined by the print you choose and whether you want the images framed. The most expensive option offered is the game’s cover, minus its title. This with all the trimmings will set you back $1200.

As 2022 draws to a close, it seems very likely that Elden Ring will be named Game of the Year by a number of different people, official and unofficial. It’s already won an award, being named the best game of 2022 at the Tokyo Game Show. Players also continue to get more inventive in how they play, including a streamer who beat Malenia with a dance pad while still at level one.

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