Elden Ring will be added to Minecraft by an upcoming mod

Elden Ring will be added to Minecraft by an upcoming mod ...

Minecraft has evolved into one of the most popular video games ever, with the exception of No Man''s Sky. Mojang''s sandbox IP is easily one of the greatest in terms of its map size. Given this huge landscape to play around with, fans have spent the past decade or so creating, or recreating, some enormous structures, and these projects bring worlds out from other franchises.

A new Minecraft mod led by SeriousCraft is currently in development, based on Elden Ring. According to the download page on Planet Minecraft, "Elden World" is about 40% complete, and a demo is currently available for those who want to try it out so far. This sounds like it''s going to be a very interesting project to check out, especially once it''s been completed. There isn''t currently a launch window for the final build.

It''s hardly surprising that FromSoftware''s latest action game has become the subject of a fan-made Minecraft project. At the time of writing, Elden Ring has become one of the highest rated games of all time, with a Metacritic score of 96 on current-gen consoles, and 94 on PC. This is for those who are familiar with SeriousCraft''s world, with pictures showing some of the pretty impressive work that''s going into the map.

FromSoftware''s game has been influencing people since it began, and this project is not the first of its kind. A few months ago, another Minecraft user constructed Elden Ring-inspired terrain, showing not only a lot of building talent, but also how much of an impact the game has had on the community, particularly Minecraft enthusiasts.

It''s not uncommon for other gaming companies to attain Mojang''s open world title. Skyrim have also found their way into Minecraft, with fans building the city of Solitude or Bleak Falls Barrow. Such recreations are impressive, allowing players to imagine what other games might be like if constructed using 1x1 blocks. It''s still to be seen what other exciting projects the community will come up with, but there is still so much life in the sandbox game.

Minecraft is available for mobile, PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.