Elden Ring, players have already misrepresented the communication system

Elden Ring, players have already misrepresented the communication system

Elden Ring

Here we go again: exactly as with previous FromSoftware games, players have begun trolling in Elden Ring as well. To reveal it were some users, who have fallen into the traps of other lovers of the title and who are having fun making all those who place their trust in communication and solidarity die a little, which is punctually betrayed by some user who wants to get a laugh.

If you have followed the development of the game and above all you already know FromSoftware games, the communication system between players should not take you by surprise. If, on the other hand, you are a total newcomer to this world, well, know that asynchronous multiplayer allows you to leave messages for all users who cross the various worlds created by Hidetaka Miyazaki. This element of gameplay was designed to help the various players, perhaps giving advice on how to deal with a boss or overcome a certain area, but in a short time the players started trolling all the others.

if (jQuery ("# crm_srl-th_gamedivision_d_mh2_1"). is (": visible")) {console.log ("Edinet ADV adding zone: tag crm_srl-th_gamedivision_d_mh2_1 slot id: th_gamedivision_d_mh2"); } As was to be expected, in fact, even in Elden Ring all his adventurers found themselves in the same situation. And so, from a simple means of leaving advice, players now try to sabotage everyone, giving wrong information and inviting various users to make wrong moves. Everything in the norm: the community of Souls and more in general of this genre of games is used to this behavior, defined almost a joke.

Off to a great start from Eldenring

Elden Ring is available starting today for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X and PC. The title seems to have convinced many players, also considering the counter of simultaneous users on Steam. Were you also waiting for Hidetaka Miyazaki's latest work or are you getting lost in the Forbidden West of Horizon Forbidden West? Please let us know what you chose by leaving a comment on this news.

If you don't like RPGs, you can catch up on Horizon Forbidden West on Amazon.

Elden Ring PC Frame Rate Issues, PS5 Save Loss Being Looked Into

Elden Ring is available now, and it's one of the best-reviewed games of all time, building on From Software's Souls formula with an open world, mounted combat, and more. However, the game has some technical issues to iron out, and publisher Bandai Namco has outlined what it's looking to fix.

In a message posted February 25, Bandai Namco said there were several 'main items to be revised' in Elden Ring, primarily on the PC version. This includes an issue with the mouse sensitivity being too high, as well as anti-cheat software not loading when starting the game. Frame rate issues have also been reported, and Bandai Namco recommends updating PC drivers to improve performance.

You need a javascript enabled browser to watch videos.


Want us to remember this setting for all your devices?

Sign up or Sign in now!

Please use a html5 video capable browser to watch videos.

This video has an invalid file format.

Sorry, but you can't access this content!

Please enter your date of birth to view this video

By clicking 'enter', you agree to GameSpot'sTerms of Use and Privacy Policy


Now Playing: Elden Ring Review In Progress

On PS5, save data can be lost if the PS5 shuts off before closing the game--either when it was fully powered or in rest mode--so if you were using rest mode as an artificial pause button, you may want to reconsider.

'We are also working on a few other bug fixes and performances improvements as needed,' the post added. Problems thus far don't tend to be too severe or game-breaking, though we heavily suggest turning on variable refresh rate (VRR) in your console's and TV's settings if they support it. The smoother gameplay experience goes a long way during hectic boss fights.

Despite it only being February, Elden Ring is already looking like a frontrunner for end-of-year awards. In GameSpot's 10/10 Elden Ring review in progress, Tamoor Hussain called it 'a triumph in design and creativity, and an open-world game that distinguishes itself from what it doesn't do as much as what it does.'

For more on Elden Ring, check out our essential beginner's tips as well as our class guide. Our guides hub rounds them all up in one place, too.

GameSpot may get a commission from retail offers.