From New Zealand comes a strange story that has as protagonists the advertising billboards of Elden Ring. Lance McDonlald, a personality who is well known to be extremely close to everything fromSoftware, told us.
Elden Ring will arrive on the shelves around the world in just over a month, so the boys of Bandai Namco Entertainment, who are involved in distributing it, have rightly already started the marketing machine. However, in New Zealand, a serious setback occurred. The shops of the EBGames chain were asked to return or destroy all the advertising signs of Elden Ring in their possession. The reason? The name of Hidetaka Miyazaki, creator and director of the game, as well as one of the most well-known personalities of contemporary gaming, was written and printed in a wrong way: at the top of the stand sadly campesa the
Find proof of this gross error in the images attached to this news. It’s amazing how the overflow has managed to pass completely unnoticed through multiple phases, from the realization to the press, to the distribution and the exhibition in the shops. One thing is certain, these billboards have all the cards in order to become valuable pieces on the collectors’ market, so it is possible that not all will be destroyed or returned…
It is clearly a trivial accident that will not affect the distribution of the game itself, which will come to the market on February 25 in the versions for PS4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X. To deceive the wait you can read the account of the evidence of Elden Ring edited by Francesco Fossetti.