Hilarious Elden Ring Clip of Player Dying to Gargoyle: After putting up huge Steam wishlist and preorder numbers, Elden Ring’s sales look like they could be near record-breaking, which is good news. Besides these numbers, the reviews and ratings for Elden Ring show that FromSoftware’s first game in the open-world genre wa huge hit.
That’s not to say that the game hasn’t had problems. Most of the bad reviews the game has gotten have because of the game’s Elden Ring problems. These problems have ranged from problems with saving the game to colossal frame rate drops for many players, which can make the game feel sluggish at times.
In the last few weeks, players have found that the game has more than simple problems with performance. Instead, the game faces the open-world problem of bugs and glitches, like the Elden Ring invisible horse bug. These problems to expect in games with a lot of space. Some of them can be frustrating, but other times they can be pretty funny.
Hilarious Elden Ring Clip of Player Dying to Gargoyle
A Reddit user named the goon12 recently shared a video of a gargoyle killing a person in a very disrespectful way, and it’s getting a lot of attention.
Even an average gargoyle can take a long time to kill because they are very agile for their size and can take a lot of damage like a tank. When the fight started, this gargoyle took it one step further by bouncing around on the head of the goon12.
Because of the glitch, two things led to the goon12’s unfortunate death. The gargoyle jumped into the wall and got stuck in a loop. This would leave them defenceless for many enemies, making it easy for them to take down quickly.
The problem is that gargoyles and other giant monsters usually have hitboxes on their legs and feet. When the goon12 made the mistake of approaching. The constant jumping wiped out the goon12’s health bar, making it accessible but unfair for the gargoyle to beat them.
Open-world games have weird bugs like the one shown in the goon12 clip. The Elden Ring teleporting backstab glitch can lead to lost runes and frustrating deaths.
As a series, FromSoftware know for its random unfairness, so this glitch was also a good fit for the game. In this case, Elden Ring had some flaws that led to one of the most disrespectful beatings that the game has had since it came out.
Elden Ring is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. You can also get it on Xbox One.