An orchestral composer whose music has appeared in several film trailers including Avengers: Endgame has transformed the Elden Ring theme into 15 different styles of music.

Alex Moukala, who also makes tons of video game music content on YouTube — including the legendary 30-person Wii jam session — uploaded a video of himself playing Elden Ring's main theme in every style from Spanish guitar to trap and traditional Japanese.

Sharing the video in a tweet (below), Moukala asks the question we didn't know needed answered: "What if Elden Ring took place in a multiverse where the soundtrack keeps changing?"

Adding further elements into the mashup, he says on the YouTube version that the entire video and remixing compilation was inspired by the Marvel Cinematic Universe's latest film Dr Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

The full list of genres are: Spanish guitar, nu-disco, symphonic metal, smooth jazz, lo-fi hip hop, darksynth, movie trailer, piano solo, baroque, reggae, big room house, French house, trap, traditional Japanese, and orchestral.

The end result is pretty epic and showcases another way in which fans have been engrossed in Elden Ring since it was released in February. One player got the Fisher Price toy controller working with the game, while another has made a VR version of Elden Ring.

Someone has beaten a boss using the Nintendo Switch Ring Fit controller, while others completed the game without taking damage or dealing damage.

In our 10/10 review, IGN said: "Elden Ring is a massive iteration on what FromSoftware began with the Souls series, bringing its relentlessly challenging combat to an incredible open world that gives us the freedom to choose our own path."

To make those choices with the best available information, check out our guide that features everything you could ever hope to know about Elden Ring, including collectible locations, boss strategies, and more.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer who occasionally remembers to tweet @thelastdinsdale. He'll talk about The Witcher all day.