Bandai Namco has announced that the hit Elden Ring will be getting a massive two-part art book in November 2022.
Elden Ring took the gaming community by storm in early 2022, even becoming the most watched game on Twitch before Warzone.
Six months after its release, fans are still exploring every inch of The Lands Between and enjoying all of its beautifully haunting sights.
Now, Bandai Namco has announced that Elden Ring will be getting a massive two-volume art book in November 2022, which will give fans an even more detailed view of the game’s world.
Elden Ring Art Book Coming November 2022
Sample artworks hosted on Famitsu’s portal to the Elden Ring Official Art Book.
According to Bandai Namco, these two volumes will be released simultaneously on November 30, 2022.
According to the Japanese outlet Famitsu.com, the reason for dividing the art book into two parts was due to the large amount of art in the package, which houses more than 800 new works of art.
Volume 1 includes art used in the game’s opening film, as well as concept art for the environment and concept art for player armor.
Volume 2 contains illustrations of the game’s extensive list of weapons and enemies, and the end of Volume 2 contains illustrations of elements that made their way into the final game.
Sample artwork from an indoor location on Famitsu’s portal to the Elden Ring Official Art Book.
In total, each art book will contain over 800 pages of never-before-seen concept art from The Lands Between, with each volume costing ¥4,400 or approximately $32/£26.
More sample artwork hosted on Famitsu’s portal to the Elden Ring Official Art Book.
Additionally, fans can purchase the “Volume I & II ebtenDX Pack” for ¥17,600 (approximately $126 / £105), which includes both volumes and a framed, high-definition artwork by Godfrey, First Elden Lord, and a three-sided box containing houses both volumes.
Sadly, Bandai Namco hasn’t announced an official global launch for the official Elden Ring art books, but given the game’s worldwide popularity, an announcement seems pretty likely.