An Elden Ring fan from Reddit has put together an anime intro for the game using several cutscenes. It looks so good!
One creative Redditor made a cinematic opening intro sequence for the game in an anime style, filled with Japanese pop-rock music and Japanese language credits. Since there are so many people who enjoy both Elden Ring and anime in general, you can say there is a sizable population of anime fans who also enjoy playing the game.
What’s in the Elden Ring anime intro?
Elden Ring, the latest hit from developer FromSoftware, is an open-world game with a beautiful environment known as The Lands Between. The game is visually stunning, with numerous artistic cutscenes and imaginative cinematic moments spread out across its lengthy playtime. Fans of Elden Ring often make their own sequences and cutscenes, either to provide their own unique take on the game’s lore or simply to have a good time.
A user on Reddit named mcreal made their own Elden Ring anime intro for the series, and it has all the giddy, uplifting, inspiring moments you’d expect from an official Anime opening. The fan used the opening theme from one of the Attack on Titan seasons and cleverly placed bits from Elden Ring in the background at appropriate loud and quiet moments in the song.
Moreover, you can see fast-paced action sequences from the game, while the video features expansive, atmospheric panoramas of Elden Ring along with a song for a dramatic vibe. Since the Elden Ring team is currently remodeling some of the game’s cinematic sequences, maybe mcreal can pitch their own ideas to FromSoftware and earn some credit.
Funny as it seems, mcreel states that he did this instead of studying for his finals.
The Elden Ring community is much artistic, with many fans producing fan art and other works of fan service. Others create various theories to one-shot a boss, and a player might have pulled it off perfectly.
Players who also have interests outside of the game use the RPG’s character creation system to incorporate those passions and hobbies into the game. Truly deserving the best game award from both Steam and Metacritic.