The latest Elden Ring patch fixed a few issues, including a bug that allowed Invaders to disrupt the host’s game.
Invaders on the host computer can be forced to teleport to a different area of the map, crashing the game or stopping players in an endless downward movement.
Developer FromSoftware has fixed the issue in the new update 1.03.2, which is available for download now on PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One and Series, and Steam.
The patch also addressed a bug that stopped some players from progressing in the Nepheli Loux quest, along with fixes for Endure Ash of War and the crossing point near Bestial Sanctum.
full Correction notes It can be seen below:
- Fixed a bug that at one point prevented players from developing NPC’s Nepheli Loux quests
- Fixed a bug that could cause a playable character to die when trying to descend from a place close to Bestial Sanctum
- Fixed a bug that was preventing Ash of War, Endure from working
- Fixed a bug in multiplayer that allowed players to teleport others to incorrect map coordinates
While FromSoftware has fixed a multiplayer issue, a notorious hacker is still able to invade and ban players, as it has been doing since Dark Souls 3. However, the developer has released several other patches, and announced server maintenance for PlayStation and Steam on March 23.
Despite launching Elden Ring nearly a month ago to a smashing success in the US and Europe, players are still discovering new secrets including a hidden wall that disperses after 50 hits.
It has proven to be a somewhat cultural phenomenon, spawning many strange stories such as players discovering a pair of fancy underwear hidden in the game. The game’s sprint record is also broken over and over, a notorious hacker stalking innocent players, Bandai Namco making a crazy advertisement, and he even has his own candy.
In our 10/10 review, IGN said: “The Elden Ring is a massive iteration of what FromSoftware started with the Souls series, bringing its relentlessly challenging battles into a stunning open world that gives us the freedom to choose our own path.”
To make these choices with the best information available, check out our complete guide featuring everything you could hope to know about the Elden Ring, including collectible locations, boss strategies, and more.
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