Elden Ring is gorgeous with these early graphic mods

Elden Ring is gorgeous with these early graphic mods

It's not just a great game, as evidenced by the many positive reviews. Elden Ring is also (and above all) the phenomenon of the moment: this is demonstrated by the many gameplay videos and advice that crowd the web, but also the memes that are invading Twitter. Another sign of how the title won over users was the implementation of some graphics mods for PC. And as usual, the results and the first tests are decidedly extraordinary.

The users behind the Garden of Eyes and Digital YouTube channels have thought about proposing the first graphic mods for Elden Ring Dreams. As has already happened for some time, in fact, both youtubers are involved in implementing a series of graphic improvements that can only be supported by latest generation PCs. In the specific case of the latest FromSoftware title, the two modders used different mods, which however return very incredible results.

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Elden Ring is available from February 25, 2022 and immediately conquered the global sales charts, as well as critics, who recognized it as the best game ever produced by FromSoftware. However, Hidetaka Miyazaki's next project should be a new Armored Core: after all, a break from the soulslike “genre” is definitely more than deserved, don't you think?

February also saw the arrival of Dying Light 2: Stay Human. You can purchase the Techland game on Amazon.