RP critico will transmit a special trink anillo -one-shot thematic next week. Today, Rol critical announced that Bandai Namco had sponsored a one-shot inspired by the next RPG game of action anillo Elden. Matthew Mercer will serve as DM, with regular Rol Critico The members of the Marisha Ray and Sam Riegel joined the Special guests Krystina Arielle, Brennan Lee Mulligan and Alexander Ward. Mulligan is a member of the regular cast and DM of dimension 20, _ while Ward and Arielle are veterans of TTRPG Let’s Play with multiple credits in your name. Ward is a member of the Elecco de la Popular _Vampiro: the masquerade series The at night, _ while Arielle has appeared in the past _roll one-shots and is the weekly presenter Star Wars: The Upper Republic Show.
Anillo de Elden was directed by Hidetaka Miyazaki, the creator of the Almas series, but based on a world created in collaboration with George RR Martin. The game has an open world style map and a combat system that mixes dark _almas elements with other games such as _sekiro: shadows die twice, _ that also directed Miyazaki. _Anillo de Elden is one of the most anticipated games of the year and is expected to be in the contest for most of the year-end games awards.
Time Rol critico (A program created around a long-term D & D campaign) and Elden_ can not share an immediately recognizable link; Share something in common. When talking about the development of _anillo de Elden, _ Miyazaki pointed out that he built the world of the game using Martin’s material as if it were a “dungeon master manual in a table role set.”
Anillo de Elden Predecessor Almas Dark has also been in the desktop news lately, since SteamForged Games recently announced that I was publishing dark Souls: the role game. That game will use a modified version of _mazmorras y rules of the fifth edition of Dragons.
Tell Ring of Critical Role One-shot will be issued on March 1 at 7 p. m. (Pacific Time) on your Twitch channel. The VOD will be published on YouTube on March 3 and a version of Podcast will be published on March 8.