Elden Ring is a difficult game, just like the rest of the Soulsborne lineup is. But that shouldn’t deter you from playing. There are a lot of ways to lower the difficulty enter Elden Ring Easy Mode.
- Summoning help in the form of:
- Other players (Co-op)
- Grinding for levels
- Finding better equipment
- Git Gud
There’s also the art of Cheese or Cheesing. Welcome to Elden Ring Easy Mode.
Sometimes you just have to go for it. Elden Ring has a huge open-world that can be explored from the get-go; enemies and bosses don’t scale to your level, so you may have no chance against the enemies you encounter. If you can cheese some enemies to farm runes or grab an item in a quirky way, I feel that just adds to the fun of the experience. Hell, every time I play Dark Souls, I shoot the Hellkite Wyvern’s tail until I receive the Drake Sword, a fantastic starting weapon.
I’m 10 hours into Elden Ring and am working on the first entry in my Elden Ring Diaries series, which is up now!
Do you have any Elden Ring Easy mode tips to share? Let me know in the comments.
If you’re looking to take a little breather from Elden Ring, check my Infernax Review, for a really fun (and potentially difficult) 8-bit Metroidvania game.
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