The first Elden Ring VR mod will be released this week

Elden Ring is unofficially getting VR support on PC this week thanks to a fan mod in the works.

Luke Ross, who previously added virtual reality to Grand Theft Auto V and Cyberpunk 2077, said in a Patreon post (spotted by Road to VR) that a playable version of the Elden Ring in VR would be available this week.

The project “will likely be a work in progress for some time,” Ross said, but a YouTube video of the game’s first two minutes reveals a fairly composite experience as Ross walks through the opening area of ​​the Chapel of Anticipation. Suffice it to say that the Grafted Scion boss in the area will be even more gross from this perspective.

Elden Ring in VR Screenshots

Wearing a VR headset, Ross can walk around in first-person, look up at the collapsed ceiling, go down to pick up items, and peek around corners when the colossal Earth Tree first comes into view. Ross appears to be using a sword and shield in the demo, but they don’t appear to be tied to motion controllers at this point.

Unlike some VR games that shift movement to make the experience less nauseating, the mod gives players total freedom of movement like they do in Elden Ring, and Ross warns players to keep their VR legs in shape bring. “You’re really going to be put to the test,” he said in the Post.

Since sword wielding and rolling around are also commonplace in Elden Ring, Ross told PC Gamer that this will be another challenge for VR, stressing that his mods are intended for experienced virtual reality users.

“When rolling or performing other scripted animations like combat moves, the camera follows the character’s head (so that their position changes), but it stays properly aligned based on what your head is doing in real life,” he said. “So the horizon will stay level and the world will always look stable.”

Regardless, completing Elden Ring solely in VR will likely be the next crazy way players approach the game. Someone has already defeated a boss using the Nintendo Switch Ring Fit controller, while others have completed the game without taking or dealing damage.

In our 10/10 review, IGN said, “Elden Ring is a massive iteration of what FromSoftware began with the Souls series, bringing its unrelentingly challenging combat to an incredible open world that gives us the freedom to create our own path.” Select.”

To make those decisions with the best information available, read our guide, which has everything you could ever want to know about Elden Ring, including gathering locations, boss strategies, and more.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer who occasionally thinks about tweeting @thelastdinsdale. He’ll be talking about The Witcher all day. The first Elden Ring VR mod will be released this week

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