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Elden Ring Day One Update Patch Notes Detailed

Elden Ring, the open-world action RPG by From Software and George R.R. Martin, finally releases tomorrow. As expected with most new releases, a day one update is required if you’re looking to play the most stable version of the game right out the gate. The patch notes for version 1.01 and version 1.02 have been detailed, and here’s what you can expect.

Elden Ring isn’t making too many drastic changes or polishing upon launch. There will be two versions released on the day one patch: version 1.01 and version 1.02. Both address and correct certain issues with the game.

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Elden Ring Day One Update Patch Notes

Major items included in the latest update:

  • Improved player controls
  • Addition and adjustment of BGM
  • Text adjustments
  • Balance adjustments
  • NPC event fixes and adjustments
  • Fixed frame rate drops under certain conditions
  • Fixed text bug in some languages
  • Fixed a bug that prevented the Xbox wireless headset from working properly

Elden Ring broke its review embargo yesterday, receiving stellar reviews across the board with many calling it one of the greatest games of all time. If you’d like a taste of what the critics have been saying, you can read all about it here.

Elden Ring marks a departure from From Software’s usual interconnected world design, instead of steering the game in an open-world direction. Judging by early reviews, it’s an absolutely gigantic world packed with content, which will likely keep you busy for close to 100 hours.

If you’re new to From Software’s games and plan on diving into Elden Ring, we’ve also got a handy guide detailing 10 tips and tricks for newcomers and veterans. Unsure of which one of the ten classes to choose from? We’ve also got a breakdown of each class and what they offer in the starting hours of the game.

Elden Ring releases on 25 February 2022 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.


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