Since its release, Elden Ring has been getting a lot of good reviews. The only thing that may not have met FromSoftware standards is the game’s performance.
Today, the developer gave an update about upcoming changes that he thinks will solve the problem. It’s below.
People who play this game on a PC have a problem with their mouse being too sensitive.
We are going to send out a patch for this soon.
Regarding the problem of Easy Anti-Cheat not working when the Steam account name has a multi-byte character, you need to do (e.g., kanji).
We know what caused this problem, and we’ll be giving out a patch soon to fix it.
During gameplay, there is a phenomenon called frame rate and other performance-related issues.
We will keep working on the game to make it more comfortable to play on different PCs and platforms.
For the PC version, updating your graphics card drivers to the most recent version could make a big difference in how well the game runs.
The PlayStation 5 version doesn’t save game data the way it should.
Playing a game or taking a nap may not work correctly if the PS5 console is unexpectedly turned off. This can happen even if the console is in sleep mode.
We know why this is happening and are working on a patch. Until the patch is ready, you should save your game manually by exiting the game often to keep your progress safe.
If you exit the game by pressing the OPTION button and selecting “Quit Game,” then press the HOME button to return to the PS5 home screen and go to the game application again. This way, the game data will be saved.
Now, the game is on Patch 1.02.
“Is this the best action RPG FromSoft has ever made?” For now, maybe. It’s right up there with Bloodborne.
If the company has had a good track record, I wouldn’t be surprised if they came back in six years with a new game even better than everyone thought.