Elden Ring exploit sends PC players into endless death loops

A Ring of Elden exploit crashes PC gamers’ games and throws them into infinite death loops, according to a report by Gamer on PC.

As shown in a video of EldenRingUpdate on Twitter, the apparent hack occurs when an invader activates a specific ability, triggering some sort of glitch that crashes the host’s game. When the player tries to open the game, he sees his character falling to death again and again.

A Reddit user suggests a possible workaround, but it doesn’t seem to work 100% of the time. You can try to quit the game by using Alt+F4 just before your character dies, which is supposed to save you a bit more time the next time you log in. When you open the game again, quickly open the map and head to a Grace site. If you can’t reach a site of grace fast enough, the death loop will start over. A user on Reddit reports losing 100 hours of gameplay, with no luck trying the workaround.

FromSoftware and Bandai Namco have yet to comment on the situation, but we’ll update this article if we discover any new information. For now, it’s probably best to save your save files and play offline, as that’s the only way to avoid invasions.

Earlier this year, a feat in Dark Souls – another title from FromSoftware and Bandai Namco – left PC gamers vulnerable to dangerous remote code execution attacks. At the time, players were concerned that the issue would also affect versions not yet released. Ring of Elden. dark soulsPC servers have been shut down since February so developers can fix the issue.


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