June 14, 2022, 2:23 pm

Elden Ring received a 1.05 correction yesterday. In addition to a few improvements, it introduces a change to the PC version of the game, which was already demanded by fans of the first Dark Souls game.

We had to wait almost two months for the next “patch” elden ringBut finally there is – Update 1.05 for the first time yesterday and Provided 43 bug fixes. Most importantly, the patch added an option for the PC version of the game, which was unsuccessfully requested by fans of the first game. Evil spirits.

saving time

I’m talking about the possibility of closing elden ring Via the “Exit to Desktop” option available during the game. Until now, to safely close any existing FromSoftware game, you had to go back to the main menu and choose “Exit” there.

Otherwise – for example, if we close the application by ending the process in the system task manager or use the Alt + F4 key combination – when starting the next session, we are greeted with a message telling us that the game did not close properly, which could potentially lead to to losing progress (personally, this never happened to me, but it’s always better than sorry, right?)

Elden Ring got the coveted option, which made fan's life easier - Illustration #1

Source: FromSoftware.

Small and Big Change for New Game Plus

Update 1.05 is also a slight indication from the developer for players who want to go elden ring In New Game Plus mode. At this point in the game, you have many weapons and summons (spirit ash), but improving them can be annoying due to the small number of blacksmithing stones and spirit lilies available at the beginning of the adventure. With the patch, we will retain the option to purchase them for runes from the NPC Twin Maiden Husk, located in the Round Table Stronghold. You just need to make sure you unlock the full range of items when you first play the game.

fixes and bugs

You can find the full list of changes introduced in update 1.05 over here. Some fixes remove rare bugs in missions (eg Alexander, Iron Fist), a Others improve the performance of the selected skills (Ice spur, seppuku, etc.). In addition, FromSoftware was supposed to increase the performance of the game, but we will have to check if it works and how it works.

Interestingly, The developer has also cut off access to the Colosseum – An arena discovered by players, which looked like part of a potential DLC (you can read more about it over here). The site is blocked so that it cannot be accessed without resorting to some tricks. what does that mean? We’ll see when – then? – The first extension of elden ring.