Elden Ring is the only word that can sway a fan of From Softwares' sandbox RPG who is still reeling from Radagon, the Beast Clergyman, and of course, Malenia. But the Dark Souls and Bloodborne action-adventure has just become a lot more terrifying as adorable plasticine Pingu now haunts the Lands Between.
Elden Ring Pingu, a new, ungodly game created by Adrian Mendez, a VFX artist at Ubisoft, is forged in Unity 3D. He rises from a sheer cliff, accompanied by Mozart's Lacrimosa, and crushes the poor tarnished in three thundering blows, without including a more appropriate YOU JUST GOT KILLED BY PINGU.
As it stands, this is a simple demonstration of Unity 3D. Mendez tweets on Twitter. Why NOOT? Nonetheless, judging from the responses, both on social media and on YouTube, it will take quite some time before you can modify Pingu into your own game if, for some reason, that's what you want.
One viewer replies that he never wanted a noot game until now. Were not sure where Pingu would fit on our list of Elden Ring bosses in order, but wed have to say probably at the top for its sheer terror value.
Check out our guide on beginners' tips for Elden Ring, which we'll have to update now to include a rule about avoiding gigantic animated penguins. We can also help you locate all the crystal tears and all the Elden Ring dungeon locations. Alternatively, you may want to try something from our list of the greatest RPG games on PC, including The Witcher 3.