Post more on elden ring A Reddit page containing a smashed PS5 DualSense controller has gone viral. Likes Evil spirits kiss – and blood borne And the Sekiro: Shadows die twice – elden ring It is a very challenging game that requires a lot of trial and error, as well as grinding. And that wouldn’t be surprising to anyone familiar with FromSoftware, the developer behind the game, as the grueling difficulty is the Japanese studio’s MO. elden ring It’s arguably the most accessible developer game to date, but that doesn’t mean it’s also FromSoftware’s easiest game to date. It’s just as challenging as previous studio games, if not more challenging.
Anyone who has spent a fraction of the time with this new open-world RPG will be familiar with this. Not only is there a steep difficulty curve, no handshakes, lack of information, and plenty of grinding, but game performance and chopping issues that can sometimes exacerbate the conflict. There are highs and valleys with any FromSoftware game, and sometimes valleys involve smashing your PS5 console to bits.
Move to Twitter, single player subscriber One picture captures how their night went elden ringAnd it didn’t go well, having fun everyone on the Reddit page sent the post right to the top of the very active and popular subreddit.
Now, it’s worth noting that the post doesn’t confirm the controller massacre is out of rage. It is possible for the console to simply burn out due to an intense session, but while this is technically possible, it is highly unlikely. Whatever the case, the end result was the same.
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