Bandai Namco has announced a music streaming event for the hit game Soulslike, Elden Ring. Scheduled to feature Grammy-winning musician Kenny Garrett and broadcast live from Hollywood, the event will showcase the music of Elden Ring through the genre of jazz.
Dubbed Elden Ring: A Night in the Lands Between, the music for the event will be performed by a group of musicians led by Kenny Garrett on alto sax and Takuya Kuroda on trumpet. The event will take place on December 3, at 6 pm and 10 pm Pacific time. Tickets for the event can be purchased on the official website.
A jazz concert is far from the strangest thing to come out of Elden Ring; Earlier this month saw the start of the game’s official manga adaptation. However, instead of keeping the game’s Berserk-esque serious tone, the manga adaptation opted to turn Elden Ring into a gag series, full of jokes and fourth-wall-breaking moments.
Elden Ring recently received a major update that, among other things, also separates PvP from PvE damage scaling. The community mined data from the update, finding hints for DLC.