Elden Ring “Return to Grace” Video Contest Announced

From now through June 2, players can “Return to Grace” in Elden Ring and capture their best moments with a new official video contest.

The team had to say the following:

“Now that the expansion is near, we would like to celebrate and commemorate the cherished memories of ELDEN RING with every one of the Tarnished.

Join us and upload your video celebrating ELDEN RING and in return we will honor the top entries with a small gesture of our gratitude.

ELDEN RING is many things – you might have loved its dense lore, thrilling battle, immersive sound, comical moments, diverse world, or a little of everything. Show us your deep understanding of the world of ELDEN RING and ability to capture its story.”

A life-size statue of Messmer the Impaler will be awarded to the best trailer. Meanwhile, the arm of Malenia life-size replica will be awarded for the best narrative, the best action, and the best direction.

Finally, the helmet of Messmer the Impaler will be awarded to the best comedy, the best use of sound, the best armor design, and the most original use of Elden Ring.

Video submissions must be under five minutes and released publicly to YouTube, Twitter/X, or Vimeo with “ELDEN RING” as part of the title.

Those interested in entering can learn more via the official contest website. All the terms and conditions can be found on the official rules page.

Set to release June 21, pre-orders are available for Shadows of the Erdtree. This standalone expansion DLC will come out for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox, and PC via Steam. 

All those interested can learn more via the official Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree website.

Source: Press Release

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