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FromSoftware has released a new patch for its hugely successful and challenging open-world RPG hand ring Tuesday. You can see the long list of patch notes on Bandai Namco’s website, but the 1.04 update brings some important changes: The super-powered Bleeding Dogs are pissed off and the imaginary wall is gone.
YouTuber Zullie the Witch’s testing took the patch Tuesday and found that the super-powered Rotten Stray dogs aren’t as tough as previous incarnations. Before the update, Bleed Dogs had a bug where the game could do great damage to your character’s health thanks to a bug linked to the attack animation – a bug that made Rotten Stray Dogs stronger than some bosses. Now they have been fixed. We also don’t mean “fixed” like “take them to the vet”. The Witch Zullie showed the changes in this video.
Zullie also documented another important change: the mysterious illusionary wall no longer disappears. Back in March, players discovered a fake wall at Volcano Manor that dissolves when you hit it 50 times. At first, players were unsure whether the developers did this to keep secrets or if it was just a mistake. After patching the wall does not fall to reveal another room. So imaginary but destructible walls were a clever way for developers to hide an undesirable room, not a gateway to greater secrets.
Elden Ring patch nerfs its murderous dogs
FromSoftware released a new patch for its wildly successful and difficult open-world RPG Elden Ring on Tuesday. You can view the long list of patch notes at Bandai Namco’s website, but the 1.04 update features a few key changes: The overpowered bleed dogs are nerfed, and the illusory wall is gone.
YouTuber Zullie the Witch test drove the patch on Tuesday, and found that the over-powered Rotten Stray dogs weren’t as tough as prior incarnations. Before the update, the bleed dogs had a glitch whereby the game could deal massive health damage to your character thanks to an error tied to their attack animation — an error making Rotten Stray dogs stronger than some bosses, even. Now, they’re fixed. And we don’t mean “fixed,” as in, “taking them to the vet” fixed, either. Zullie the Witch demonstrated the changes in this video.
Zullie also documented another key change: The mysterious illusory wall no longer disappears. In March, players discovered a fake wall in Volcano Manor that dissolved when you hit it 50 times. At first, players weren’t sure if developers were using it to hide secrets, or if it was just a bug. After the patch, the wall doesn’t fall down to expose another room. So it appears that the illusory, but destructible, walls were just a clever way for the developers to hide an unwanted room and not a doorway to bigger secrets.
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