From Software has released a day one patch for Elden Ring. According to the developer, this update should improve the stability of the game. also , Player Controls “improved”, but what exactly that means is not stated.
Publisher Bandai Namco Writes in the patch notes for update 1.02 The update will be rolled out “from now on”. The game won’t be released until tonight for PC, PlayStation and Xbox consoles, but nevertheless the update may already be available to people who have pre-ordered and already installed the digital version. Users are recommended to install the update before starting the game.
Among other things, the update fixes tire drops that may occur under certain conditions. In addition, the background music and text in the game will be modified. The developer also talks about balance improvements and bug fixes for NPC events. Additionally, a bug that could prevent Microsoft’s Xbox Wireless Headset from working properly with the game will be fixed. Raytracing will be added to the game at a later time, according to reports from the program.
Elden Ring is the new game from From Software, the studio behind the Dark Souls trilogy, Bloodborne and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Elden Ring is a fantasy RPG created in collaboration with George R. R. Martin, known for the book series A Song of Ice and Fire. The first reviews of the game came out yesterday and the game was almost unanimously approved by critics. On Metacritic, the game gets total score 95 or 97, depending on the tested platform. On OpenCritic, the game gets 96 degrees† Elden Ring Coming February 25 at midnight in the Netherlands and Belgium.
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