Ring of Elden keeps winning awards. More than a year after the game’s release, it has regained the upper hand Nebula Prize 2023 for Best Writing in a Video Game. The award follows news that the game also sold over 20 million copies in its first year, which is an extremely impressive number and makes it the biggest game the developer has ever made. FromSoftware.
Ring of EldenThe Nebula Award goes to Hidetaka Miyazaki and George RR Martin, who contributed to the game’s writing and the story as a whole. This is the first Nebula Award for Miyazaki and FromSoftware, and the third for Martin – despite having 14 nominations between his novels, short stories and novels, throughout his career.
The Nebula Awards are a science fiction and fantasy award presented annually. The awards are generally focused on literary works, including categories for novels, short stories, short stories, but there is also a category for dramatic presentation, which this year went to Everything everywhere all at once.
Ring of Elden was originally released on February 25, 2022 and is set to receive a DLC expansion, called Shadow of the Erdtree, but it does not yet have a release date. Meanwhile, FromSoftware’s next official project will be Armored Core 6: Fires of the Rubiconwhich is scheduled for release on August 25.