Steam Deck update fixes analogue drift
During your journeys in Elden Ring's dark fantasy realm, you may have come across closed-off arenas which prompt an AI-controlled invader to intrude into your game.
For example, there is a large colosseum in Limgrave with a guard outside, and a ghostly figure wondering why the entrance is blocked. Fans are obviously speculating about what this could mean, and the consensus is that it's teasing upcoming DLC.
- Elden Ring hit 734,000 concurrent Steam users at launch
- All-time peak of 953,426 concurrent players on Steam
- Surpassed Dark Souls III and Sekiro launches
- Debuted at the top of the UK sales chart, the most successful Souls-like so far
Sneaking in: A player managed to get out of bounds and fly inside the Limgrave colosseum, recording an unofficial tour of the mostly complete but still unlit arena.
PvP battles: There is more than one colosseum in the Lands Between, and they could be dedicated PvP arenas or boss rushes, or maybe entirely custom challenges.