Elden Ring: mod completely changes combat

Elden Ring: mod completely changes combat

Elden Ring

Ghost8686 has launched a really impressive new mod for Elden Ring, which completely overhauls the combat system and other aspects of the game. The mod is called Elden Ring Augmented and was made partly with the author's ideas and partly by incorporating other mods (all accredited). It decreases the grind needed to progress in New Game Plus mode, doubling the runes, makes Torrente invincible and adds the ability to deflect attacks, taking it from Sekiro (another game from FromSoftware). Magic is also partially revised, with reduced FP costs and removed or reduced casting requirements and spells revised.

The biggest change, however, is in weapons. In fact, a new class has been added, Divine Armaments, which places itself above the legendary weapons. It consists essentially of four very powerful weapons based on some existing ones, all with their own unique mythology and abilities: Maliketh's Black Blade, Elden Blade, Bolt of Gransax and Dark Moon Greatsword.

As almost always in these cases, Elden Ring Augmented can be downloaded from Nexus Mods. For installation you need to use Mod Engine 2. Follow the instructions provided by the modder himself and you will have no problems.

Of course, install the mod at your own risk. Do it only if you know what you are doing, otherwise avoid it.

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Elden Ring dev’s website is now Armored Core, suspiciously

It was recently confirmed by Elden Ring director Hidetaka Miyazaki that the next From Software game is currently in the “final stages” of development and the most likely candidate is a new Armored Core game. Now, to add fuel to the fire, the official From Software website has received a rebrand – to ‘Armored Core.’

We’ve known since 2016 that From Software has had at least three games in development, with two being Sekiro and Elden Ring. The third is still a mystery but in a recent interview, Miyazaki suggests it is close to completion – and a survey sent out in January showed screenshots, details, and even footage of a “third-person shooter mecha action title.”

With Armored Core 6 possibly about to get an imminent announcement, the community was somewhat shocked to discover that the official From Software website appears to have been renamed “Armored Core” on Google – igniting speculation, especially as the series isn’t even first up on the page.

Unfortunately for speculators, this seems more likely to be an error on behalf of From Software and Google, as the website doesn’t appear to have a proper meta tag to call it ‘From Software’ so Google seemingly pulled it from the top alphabetical game listed – which is, of course, Armored Core.

We’re labelling this as a false alarm, for now. Nevertheless, it’s suspicious timing considering we’re all expecting Armored Core to be From Software’s next game. Given how great Elden Ring is, we can’t wait to see an open-world game with third-person mech combat – apart from this weird Elden Ring build, of course.