Elden Ring, a trick makes Wandering Mausoleums much easier

Elden Ring, a trick makes Wandering Mausoleums much easier

Elden Ring

Elden Ring allows players to explore a huge and mysterious open world. Although many of its deepest secrets have been uncovered, fans are still finding new tricks to make the title easier. For example, a player from the From Software title recently came up with a clever trick to avoid one of the game's most annoying traps.

Elden Ring A Reddit user named zboy02043 has, in fact , discovered and shared a trick to tear down the walking mausoleums of Elden Ring. Zboy02043 uses the Roar of Greyoll spell next to the leg of a Wandering Mausoleum to inflict damage across a large area and destroy most of the deposits on his foot. Just repeat the process on all legs to make the mausoleum collapse and gain access.| ); }
PSA: Greyoll's Roar makes mausoleums much less annoying. from Eldenring

Like other FromSoftware games, Elden Ring does not spell out all of its gameplay mechanics and allows fans to discover them for themselves. For this reason, it is not surprising that some players are totally oblivious to the mechanics that govern the Wandering Mausoleums and memories. If, on the other hand, you want to complicate your life, some users have discovered a lethal invisible boss thanks to a mod.

What if Elden Ring Was Released on the SNES?

There's something about Elden Ring that makes people want to reimagine it for older consoles. Case in point: A new 'demake' from the folks at 64 Bits that shows what Elden Ring might have been like as a Super Nintendo Entertainment System title released nearly 20 years ago.

64 Bits are no strangers to demakes. Their previous work includes Monster Hunter(Opens in a new window) for the Game Boy Color, God of War(Opens in a new window) on the original PlayStation, and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim(Opens in a new window) for Tiger Handheld Electronics. (The only platform the game hasn't actually been released on.)

Now the channel has released a video depicting Elden Ring for the SNES:

This isn't the first time Elden Ring has been 'demade.' A developer called 'shintendo' announced in April that they were creating a version of the game for the Game Boy, and unlike the 64 Bits demake, this version would actually be playable on the original hardware.

Elden Ring GB is now available to play on the Itch.io website(Opens in a new window). And, true to their word, shintendo says players can download the demake and flash it to a Game Boy cartridge to play it on the original hardware. Now we know what a leading title from 2022 would've played like in 1993.

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There's something incredible about watching animators, developers, and other creators rally around Elden Ring. Here's to hoping that someone picks up where shintendo and 64 Bits have left off by imagining the game as it would've appeared on other old school consoles.

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