Elden Ring Will Be More Accessible to More Casual Players


FromSoftware is notorious for creating the insanely difficult Dark Souls Franchise which includes Bloodborne and Sekiro, commonly referred to as the SoulsBorne series. These games are unforgiving and brutal, but all time favorites to those who persevere through their hurdles. Now I know what a lot of you will say. I’m just ass at games if I can’t beat them. And you would be right. I am ass, but also go touch some grass.

Anyways…their newest title which had the illustrious writer George R. R. Martin, of the “Game of Thrones” series, writing for it will be available next month. Many fans have wondered for a while how difficult this game will be, and the good news is that it will still be pretty f***ing hard. However, FromSoftware has also assured that the game will be more approachable and beatable for the casual players. Where every other SoulsBorne game forced players to try again and again to push past enemies until they succeeded, Elden Ring will allow players to take a separate path and come back when they feel ready to tackle the challenges presented. We’re not certain exactly how much this will alter game flow, but it’s phenomenal news to those who find that they simply cannot overcome the inherent brutality of the original games. I am one of those by the way, I’m projecting here.


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