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Miyazaki says Elden Ring DLC is 'not quite open field' and that's exactly what it needs

Elden Ring's DLC will turn back to its Dark Souls roots of verticality and is "not quite open field" as it was before.

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Goodguy0141d ago

Good. I prefer the traditional style and if the dlc provides more of that then I will be very happy.

toxic-inferno41d ago

Agreed. I much prefer the more linear (or level-based style). I definitely think there's room for a middle ground between the two.

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Elden Ring Shadow of the Erdtree PC vs. PS5: Which ray tracing is better?

32 spoiler-free images of Shadow of the Erdtree w/ ray tracing on and off

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DarXyde9d ago

"Which ray tracing is better?" between a PC with dynamic hardware optimized for super sampling and console with far more static, finite ressources, summed up in a video:

https://youtu.be/Y2_aLLRnjj...

anast9d ago

$500 PS5 vs $500 PC? PS5 of course.

TheNamelessOne8d ago

Up front. Factor in paying more for games, add in needing to pay for online. By the end of the generation you paid more for your console than a better PC, without any of the luxuries that a PC offers. I mean, you get the box upfront for cheaper. Sure.

Babadook78d ago (Edited 8d ago )

The only way PC saves on games is if you pirate. Buying discs and reselling them (on ps5) is cheaper than steam gmg etc.

anast8d ago

Renting games on Steam is not a good deal.

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Shadow of the Erdtree’s Bayle the Dread Puts Elden Ring’s Other Dragon Bosses to Shame

Shadow of the Erdtree has introduced a boss to Elden Ring that takes all of the best Dragon fights and repackages them in a bombastic encounter.

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Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree DLC Review - Gaming Respawn

Gaming Respawn reviews Elden Ring DLC, Shadow of the Erdtree

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