If you’ve ever kicked off a Souls game before, you know that a big part of the game’s asynchronous multiplayer aspect is the ability to leave and view notifications on the ground as you play. Latest FromSoftware title, Elden Ringthere is no difference.
If you’re not familiar with how this system works, you can essentially choose from a pre-approved collection of templates and words to create notes that are visible to other players as they explore.
That’s why the original FromSoftware developer might want you to let others know about the dangers and dangers that lie ahead – be it warnings about unexpected boss battles, mimic chests, or brutal traps – but instead, some players only use this function to give analysis. . Beautiful.
The most common examples of these we’ve seen in Elden Ring so far are prompts that tempt players to jump to their deaths: the ‘try jump’ or ‘jump attack needed’ message means (usually) that if you try and make a leap of faith into where the message lies, you will always fall to your death. And say goodbye to your lovely Rune path. Criticize.
If you keep falling for these messages (no pun intended), check around the messages for blood stains; if you find one, it means a lot of other players died there. So don’t fall for the ruse.
Here’s a quick gif of what it will look like when you see another player fall for one of these cheap tricks. REST IN PEACE. And here is the image link if you find it easier.
Elsewhere, we’re seeing a lot of people mislabeling donkeys as dogs. No bad intentions here, but it’s very funny. Almost every donkey in the game has a message next to it that just says ‘dog’. Hilarious, that.
Other players have been a bit more creative in their use of the messaging system. One player we saw on Reddit hid a message in a bush that read “Snake, Try Stealth” – a nod to Kojima’s Metal Gear Solid franchise that the writer probably didn’t. can type ‘!’. the answer – “Try to remember the basics of CQC” – is the main point of this answer.
Another good thing, thanks to Reddit again, is a small piece on Lands Between. I suppose this is what Maidenless brings you to. Maybe some players in the Elden Ring need to ‘touch grace’ from time to time, don’t you? There are a few rough messages out there. In fact, that’s a big part of what we found on Reddit.
If you’re into the game and want to know how to not die instantly – whether from the comfort of your own home or out in the wild via the Steam Deck – check out the Elden Ring Beginner’s Guide ours. We also have pages dedicated to Ring Elden Tips and many other helpful hints linked in those pages as well.
https://www.vg247.com/elden-ring-messages-pranksters Elden Ring pranksters are abusing the messaging system