As part of the highly anticipated launch of Bandai Namco’s newest blockbuster video game, Elden Ring, on Friday, February 25, the company behind toys like Tamagotchi and video games like Pac-Man and Dark Souls has teamed up with a Scottish souvenir company. land in the new competition.
First reported Video game chronicleKicking off with the release of the fantasy role-playing game Elden Ring on Friday, Bandai Namco’s competition will allow fans to compete for the title of Elden Lord or Lady, a digital certificate, and a souvenir piece of land in the Highlands. Titles Reserve at Duror near Glencoe in the Scottish Highlands.
Elden Ring written by George R.R. Martin, author of the series of epic novels at the heart of Game of Thrones and brought to life by legendary Japanese video game designer FromSoftware developer Hidetaka Miyazaki, will be one of the biggest video game launches in 2022. .
The 100 Elden Nobility holders will also receive a £36 souvenir square foot of Highland Titles flagship estate, sold on the company website as individual lots or as part of couples, individual and digital packages starting at £30 per square foot. foot of land.
But just like titles sold “for fun only” and not to be confused with formal Scottish titles of nobility, as indicated in the fine print at the bottom of the Highland Titles website, souvenir plots of land sold by Highland Titles remain in the hands of the company and can be used for conservation purposes only.
“You get a personal right to a souvenir piece of land,” reads a note at the bottom of the Highland Titles website.
“It’s a form of inheritable property that you can pass on to future generations.
“Highland Titles remains the registered landowner and manages the land on your behalf.”
The plots of land near Glencoe and on the Kilnaish estate sold by Highland Titles can be visited in person, and according to the Highland Titles website, you can “essentially do whatever you want with the land within the ordinary law.”
He adds that this includes selling purchased plots of land or passing them on from generation to generation “not once, but forever.”
The company is owned by the Highland Titles Charitable Trust for Scotland, registered in Guernsey.
The Bandai Namco competition, open to residents of the UK and Ireland aged 16 and over, can be entered by emailing Bandai Namco at [email protected]with participants having to explain, via a message, video or photo, why they, or whoever they nominate, should be crowned as one of the 100 Lords of Elden.
Bandai Namco UK’s Elden Ring will run from Friday, February 25 at 9:00 am to Friday, March 11 at 9:00 am.