Elden Ring maintains the same difficulty that has become a staple of From Software games. From hordes of enemies ganging up on players to boss fights that seem unbeatable, Elden Ring keeps gamers engaged by forcing them to improve themselves and adapt to new situations. Elden Ring players have pointed out what many consider to be a flaw in the title's gameplay.
Elden Ring has twelve main bosses, but there are many other enemies that are powerful and capable of killing gamers with ease. Of course, players would be nearly impossible to get to every boss in the game at the exact right moment, and sometimes enemies appear much later than they should have. This unfortunate timing is demonstrated in a new video on Reddit.
Ragingalphax, a Reddit user who recently posted a video to the Elden Ring subbreddit that shows a character confronting a boss they should have encountered long ago. These Elden Ring bosses, which should be difficult, suddenly become much easier. To those who don't play From Software games, it's unfortunate that they'll find less enjoyable gameplay.
Indeed, the Elden Ring clip above shows a powerful foe losing a third of its health in one attack. However, the video's core principle continues, as demonstrated by the Elden Ring clip above. Many players, as demonstrated by the Elden Ring clip above, don't like to fight enemies in-game when the challenging aspect has been removed.
Although there isn't a great risk of ruining the main campaign in Elden Ring, aggressive players may miss out on some lesser-known foes. Players should spend time examining the hidden areas within the Lands Between. They should also pay attention to the things that make the world unique.
Elden Ring is now available on PC, PS4, PS5, and Xbox One, as well as Xbox Series X/S.