Elden Ring Players “Hang Together”, Create a Website and Invest in Polls to Prove They’re Right About PVP
There are very few players who will deny that Elden Ring is one of the best standouts of the year, even those who aren’t particularly fond of the genre. FromSoftware’s latest work has come as close to veterans as rookies in the genre that many have tried yet without knowing what they were facing, yes, but the Japanese studio still has many walls to overcome and one is that of game pvp.
To put you in context, it’s extremely difficult carry the PvP content of a game and the subsequent matchmaking. Many affirm, with some humor, that the matchmaking does not exist, which are the parents, faced with an online option that is not entirely well implemented. It is difficult, yes, but not impossible, and therefore an unknown number of Elden Ring players They have met under this particular rejection with a view to raising these complaints to the Japanese study.
In total, this group of players has respondent about 10,000 players of Elden Ring and has revealed that the community is not particularly happy with the PvP of the game and value it as “unbalanced”. In fact, this sheds light on the future content of the game and, according to the data collected, 90% of gamers would come to the game more often if it included improvements to its online modes.
This is not even the only problem, nor the last one on the list. Other players focus on mistakes and vulnerability of the online mode —remember that, to this day, the online mode of Dark Souls still it is not allowed and although there are signs of its resurgence, they are only rumours—.
Such is the dedication of these disgruntled fans who have even created a website for express your discontent and their opinions in the hope that they will read it within the study. On that website we can read the following: “Thanks to FromSoftware for providing some of the most unique and unparalleled multiplayer experiences in gaming! These experiences have cultivated massive communities around a shared love for their games. However, with a mode so incomparable multiplayer arise obstacles for both players and developers. Our goal is to help both groups.”
At the moment, no one from the studio has addressed this community of players or made mention of these requests. A situation of dislike that could even worsen in the future if we attend to the rumors and half-truths about a future post-launch content focused on expanding the PvP of the game. Although perhaps this is the gateway to the fixes to the game.