Elden Ring Player Creates Useful Overworld Boss Map: In another way, Elden Ring brings the Soulsborne formula from FromSoftware to an open world. This means the game has many big baddies that can find all over its vast landscapes.
Players may have difficulty finding all of the bosses this game has to offer. In previous FromSoftware games, finding bosses mainly were following the rails. Because of this, one player of the game Elden Ring, has made a map that shows where each overworld boss is.
The souls-like genre know for being hard, so gamers can quickly die to simple enemies. Many games have hard-to-beat boss fights that require the player to learn all of the combat systems.
However, if players can’t even find some of the non-dungeon bosses in Elden Ring. They won’t be able to master the combat system.
Elden Ring Player Creates Useful Overworld Boss Map
It looks like a big, clean map of Elden Ring’s world called The Lands Between, with colored dots that show the location of each non-dungeon overworld boss.
They were inspired to make the map because they were tired of looking at maps of the game’s many overworld bosses that were already out there. In the comments below the main post, the legend for each dot found.
According to the legend, fdsfgs71 has broken the overworld bosses into several smaller groups and given each one a unique color and shape. People who work all day shown as squares, and people who work at night show as triangles.
Mounted bosses are green, flying bosses are light blue. And humanoid or giant-type bosses are orange in the color scheme shown in this text. They also added many more things to their map, but this isn’t the end.
Also on this map are the locations of Evergaols, NPC invasions, Ruins, and Tibia Mariners who drop Deathroots, among other things. Each of these places mark with a different color. Color and shape are two ways to distinguish each boss in the game.
This makes it easy to quickly skim over the map and find the color you’re looking for. Especially since the map background is primarily white. However, each dot on the map or legend not name.
It’s possible to use this map as a guide to making sure you know where every boss in the game’s overworld is, but not to tell you which boss is where.
On PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S, you can play Elden Ring. You can also play it on Xbox One.