In a message, an Elden Ring player discovers the Star Wars reference

In a message, an Elden Ring player discovers the Star Wars reference ...

During the first month of Elden Ring, players are able to communicate with one another in a variety of ways if they wish. For example, if players are on the internet, they will notice white text icons throughout the game.

Unlike other websites, players may combine different phrases and words to make their own note that other players will see when they interact with it in the location they had chosen it. Another option is to select a Flask of Crimson Tears, which allows the reader to show off their abilities as well. Then, when the reader refers to Star Wars, they will be rewarded and encouraged with minimal subtextual and contextual information.

According to the video from Elden Ring, Redditor u/Random_Robloxian demonstrates when a player''s message was discovered in the movie Revenge of the Sith. Obi-Wan says he has the "high ground" and has taken on a life of its own as a result of many Star Wars memes that originated from the prequel films. Because this message appears on a rough surface near a lava stream in Mt. Gelmir, it makes clear

The Star Wars meme is very correct, with contextual clues such as Mt. Gelmir portraying Mustafar, and the pre-made phrase of "high spot" and "give up" as close as the player might get to Obi-Wan''s actual quote from the film. Similarly, a message has identified the Lord of the Rings'' Mount Doom in Elden Ring, with the message implying that players "try throwing" the titular Elden Ring.

Other messages sent by players have been made purely to troll other players, such as messages that appear beneath Elden Ring''s ladders to troll or prepare players. Likewise, some messages reference invisible walls or items that aren''t there, yet these messages are oftentimes hilarious, and niche references with clever contextual clues make for fun diversions in the Lands Between.

Elden Ring is now available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.