The Elden Ring Clip Fits Linkin Park’s “What I’ve Done”: FromSoftware’s new action RPG, Elden Ring, has been making waves in the gaming world. Since the game’s release, there hasn’t been a shortage of fun art and video edits from the Elden Ring community. Players have a good time between rounds against the game’s many bosses, and the art and videos make them laugh.
Because of the game’s tight hitboxes and flashy moves, Elden Ring’s boss fights are a show, not a fight. However, dodging ground-shaking slams and fighting until players are down to their last Flask of Crimson Tears make Elden Ring a lot of fun to look at. All of which could use a soundtrack that fits a movie with a lot of action.
You can see a Reddit clip of the game’s first central boss, Margit, in this one. At the same time, another movie-like moment comes to the fore. There are many eye-catching moves in Margit’s move set because she is one of the first significant bosses in the game.
She can kill a player in one hit. YoBoi909, on the other hand, has a big attack of its own. At this point, there is nothing better than having a Linkin Park song as the background to this fantastic video.
“What I’ve Done” by Linkin Park, and this clip looks like they came straight from a Transformers movie, with a credit roll that says Michael Bay is the director. He looks like he is an outstanding player. Margit is wearing the same clothes as YoBoi909 and using the same weapon. Which isn’t available until later in the game.
There are a lot of weapons that can kill Elden Ring’s big bosses with just one hit in the late game. The gun used by YoBoy909 is very flashy. Many people say that the video is “amazing” and “epic.”
It might be a while before new players can do something like this. They might have to go a little farther before doing something like this. Some new players of Elden Ring try to level up as quickly as possible so they can beat Margit.
It doesn’t matter if new players don’t yet have powerful weapons and skills like the ones shown in this video. Taking down many of Limgrave’s early bosses is still a challenging and rewarding experience, even if they don’t.
FromSoftware is very good at capturing the imagination of their fans, whether they’re making new memes about Elden Ring’s “dogs” or capturing intense moments that fit with a Linkin Park soundtrack.
Now you can play Elden Ring on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. But, of course, you can also play it on Xbox One.