FromSoftware and Kadokawa announced an Official Complete Guide book for Elden Ring, with everything about the game detailed in nearly 600 pages of content.
Japanese games and JRPGs like Elden Ring often end up receiving a “complete guide book” a few months after their releases. These books, together with staff interviews, are often where we get to learn some of the final secrets that have yet to be discovered by players. Elden Ring is a special case, as the game’s massive popularity means pretty much everything has already been discovered and data mined. However, we might still get some neat details and development secrets from the official guidebook.
Elden Ring Has An Ultimate Guidebook Coming July 22 In Japan
The Elden Ring Official Guide Book will be sold for 2970 Yen (Around $24) and releases on July 22, 2022. At the moment, it’s up for preorder on Amazon Japan, but there is no digital version listed. There are many issues with shipping from Japan now with the pandemic, so a digital version would be a lifesaver. Hopefully, a Kindle version will be added at some point. It’s likely an English version of the Elden Ring Official Guide Book will be released in the future too, but I wouldn’t expect it to be announced any time soon. Either way, it’s very likely fans will be translating the juiciest bits from the book.
Elden Ring Official Guide Table Of Contents
- Maps for each of the game’s dungeons.
- Locations of items, equipment, and NPCs.
- Quests and story flow charts.
- Guides on how to reach each of the endings and easily missable quests, NPCs and events.
- Detailed explanations of gameplay systems such as status effects, character stats, upgrading weapons, and Ashes of War.
- Strategies and tips for New Game +.
- Guides and strategies for over 100 bosses with their characteristics, attack patterns, and weaknesses.
The Elden Ring Official Guide will be A4 size with 592 pages in total. You can check out the guide’s full cover below.
Elden Ring sold over 13.4 million copies so far. The FromSoftware and Hidetaka Miyazaki game is available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC since last February 25.