Elden Ring’s Music is Getting Adapted Into a Jazz Concert

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Bandai Namco has announced a music streaming event for the massively-successful Elden Ring. Set to feature Grammy-winning musician Kenny Garrett and broadcast live from Hollywood, the event will showcase the music of Elden Ring through the lens of jazz.

Dubbed Elden Ring: A Night in the Lands Between, 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 is set to take place on December 3, at 6pm and 10pm Pacific Time. Tickets for the event can be bought on the official website.

A jazz concert is far from the strangest thing to have been spun-off from Elden Ring; earlier this month saw the start of the game’s official manga adaptation. Rather than keeping the game’s Berserk-esque serious tone, however, the manga adaptation opted to turn Elden Ring into a gag series, filled with jokes and fourth wall-breaking moments.

Elden Ring recently got a major update which, among other things, also separate PvP damage scaling from PvE. The community datamined the update, finding hints for DLC.

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