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Elden Ring Composer Yuki Kitamura Has Left From Software

Elden Ring composer Yuki Kitamura has announced that she’s left developer From Software after 12 years. The composer took to social media to announce her departure from the studio, though no specific reason was given for her exit.

Kitamura announced on Twitter that she had left From Software after over a decade working at the developer. Kitamura assisted in creating the music for Elden Ring alongside other composers such as Shoi Miyazawa, Yoshimi Kudo and Tsukasa Saitoh, who composed the game’s now iconic theme song. Kitamura also composed various songs for Dark Souls 2 and Dark Souls 3, most notably the “Soul of Cinder” theme from the third game.

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Kitamura’s statement on leaving From Software reads:

“Thank you all for your continued support. Today I have an announcement to make. I have decided to leave FromSoftware, the company I worked for, and to start working new as a freelance composer in this August. I would like to continue to express myself in game music through various genres of music. I hope you will look forward to my music in the future!”

If fans would like to continue supporting Kitamura’s music, she posted a link to her new website which contains all the tracks she’s composed as well as her biography.

Elden Ring is currently the highest-selling From Software game of all time and also one of the highest-rated video games of the last decade. Some of the game’s success can be attributed to its astounding score which, unlike Dark Souls, is more uplifting as it championed players to explore The Lands Between and face its numerous challenges.

In related news, From Software announced earlier this year that a major expansion for Elden Ring, titled Shadow of the Erdtree, is currently in development. It’s unclear if Kitamura composed any music for the expansion before leaving the company, though we’ll have to wait and see.

Elden Ring is currently available for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.

Source: Yuki Kitamura

Editor-in-Chief of Nexus Hub, writer at GLITCHED. Former writer at The Gaming Report and All Otaku Online. RPG addict that has wonderful nightmares of Bloodborne 2.

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