- The launch of the new Elden Ring game is almost upon us, with only four days remaining.
- We've previously seen the leaked trophy list, which gave us some idea of what's coming.
- Now, you might want to know that there are videos of intense boss fights from the game.
- Some efficient rune farming routes were also posted but got taken down in the meantime.
Last week we were talking about an Elden Ring leak, that showcased over 30 trophies/achievements for the upcoming title.
From this, we’ve learned that there is an impressive number of very hard bosses for us to deal with, which can only amplify all the existing excitement.
Now, however, we have actual footage of some of the boss fights that we’ll eventually have to engage in, while playing Elden Ring, after it will be released on February 25.
Boss fights for Elden Ring have been already leaked
Update: Since last we spoke about this, another video has surfaced on Youtube, with footage from all the boss fights this time.
The gameplay was captured on a PlayStation 5 and it looks pretty awesome. This gives us a great view on the difficulty and intensity of the foes we will face.
Yes, there are only four more days until we can start playing the recipient of The Game Awards’ most anticipated game trophy, which is Elden Ring.
A few hours ago, leaked videos of intense boss fights, as well as farming routes that can significantly boost your productivity have found their way all over the internet.
Sadly, not all of them still remain up, after the people that posted them decided to also delete the spoiler content.
However, the Starscourge Radahn fight is still on Youtube, if you want to take a quick peek and see what’s in store for you once you start adventuring.
We can also glimpse at the future Rennala Queen of the Full Moon boss fight, just to make sure we get a grip on the hard mechanics we’ll have to face.
The original Reddit post that brought all these spoilers together also contained footage for boos fights such as Godrick The Grafted, Dragonkin Soldier of Noksella, and Erdtree Avatar.
Paired with these short clips, the post also touted some pretty efficient farming routes, which could have made you anywhere from 60k to 145k runes in one hour, depending on how hard you wanted to grind.
Unfortunately, all of the other videos we mentioned were taken down, but don’t worry, as there are still four more days until release, and some people just can’t help themselves.
We’re surely bound to see more game footage, and you can check it out here, where we will post it as soon as it becomes available.
And if you were getting ready to ask if you can play Elden Ring with friends from different platforms, the answer is unfortunately no.
We’ll keep an eye out for any new Elden Ring content and share it with you. Are you going to purchase Elden Ring as soon as it becomes available? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.