The lyrics for most of Elden Rings songs were written

The lyrics for most of Elden Ring’s songs were written in a fictional language

Reddit forum user Magister Organi released Findings of song research in the fantasy action role-playing game Elden Ring. The examination revealed that the lyrics of most of the songs were not in Latin, as fans thought, but in a fictional language.

    Image Credit: Bandai Namco

Image Credit: Bandai Namco

Magister Organi, who studies Latin, spoke to some members of the Elden Ring music team and tried to figure out the lyrics to the songs from the game. The fact is that the previously mentioned Reddit user translated one of the songs, which was actually written in Latin. Therefore, he rightly assumed that the remaining compositions contain texts in this language.

After talking to the members of the Magister Organi music team, it was possible to establish that the person who wrote the song he translated only worked on it and did not participate in writing other compositions. You can appreciate Magister Organi’s efforts in the video he posted on YouTube.

As for the rest of the songs, no one attached any importance to their lyrics. This information was confirmed by two music producers in correspondence with Magister Organi. The lyrics were computer generated and arranged to sound like an ancient language.

As confirmation that most of the songs in Elden Ring are sung in “gibberish”, Magister Organi published on reddit Correspondence with the named manufacturers.

Elden Ring debuted on February 25th on PC (Steam), PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S. According to the story, players in the role of the “vanished” must reclaim Interearth from six demigods and the new ones become rulers of Elden .

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