New manga Elden Ring Gag launched with release in 12 languages ​​- Reuters


English, Thai, Korean, French among language publications

Kadokawa launched Nikiichi Tobita (The daily life of a cursed sword) gag manga Elden Ring The Erdtree Road (Elden Ring: Ōgonki e no Michi) on his free manga site ComicWalker on Sunday. The manga is based on FromSoftwareAction RPG Ring of Eldenand it obtains a simultaneous publication in 11 other languages.

The manga is published in the following languages ​​in addition to Japanese:

(Depending on the circumstances, the simultaneous publication of the manga may be delayed.)

ComicWalker describes the story:

Aseo, a poor tarnished wretch, finds himself thrown into Limgrave – naked, penniless, hopeless and without a maiden. His only hope in his tough and unforgiving new home is a mysterious woman named Melina. She urges him to follow Grace’s counsel to the Erdtree that hovers over the Midlands. But it won’t be an easy road; a cast of colorful characters await Aseo along the way – Patches the Untethered, Blaidd the Half-Wolf, Margit the Fell Omen, Godrick the Grefted, and of course, Ranni the Witch… With nothing but a loincloth between Aseo and certain death, he heads for the first stage of his quest: Stormveil Castle. Will he make it or will his journey end before it even begins?

Yen Press digitally published The Opening of Elden Ring on February 3, a book primer that explores the dark and fantastical world of Ring of Elden.

FromSoftware spear Ring of Elden for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC through Steam in February 2022. The game quickly surpassed 12 million units sold worldwide in March 2022, and had surpassed Call of Duty: Vanguard as the top-selling game in the United States over the past 12 months ending April 2022.

Hidetaka Miyazaki (dark souls, Dark Souls III, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice) and author George RR Martin (game of thrones) collaborated in the creation of the game world.

Comikey spell Tobita’s The daily life of a cursed sword manga in english.

Sources: ComicWalker (link 2), 4Gamer (楽器)


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