Some of the players who took part in the Elden Ring closed network test last weekend were able to find a way out of the game’s demo area, but only met a very angry bear.

As part of the studio’s network testing, a limited number of players have recently been invited to participate in From Software’s open world Elden Ring. Players were able to check the game directly, but were not allowed access to the entire open world, instead were allowed access to the demo area.

Not happy with this little paradise, some stakeholders tried to test the boundaries of the game in the hope that they could explore more arrays than what Elden Ring offers.As reported by KotakuEventually, a few players discovered the exploit in-game and were able to successfully access areas of the game that were not yet intended for exploration.

The player’s experience outside the network test wall seemed to vary from account to account. The Out of Bounds area is reported to have no items and some areas where players can get into infinite blanks, but there are also some pretty nifty discoveries.

Content creator Allison By Proxy posted a video on YouTube showing their characters. I’m hitting pretty hard From a ferocious oversized bear that seems not very happy to find in this area. Another video posted on the same channel Undiscovered boss Known as Crucible Knight Floh.

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From Software will want to keep a lot of details about Elden Ring’s bosses and enemies close to their chest until the game’s release approaches, but IGN has recently taken over one of the game’s bosses, Margit the Fell. became. game. The preview includes details of the character’s move set and the devastating lightning hammer, but the character’s backstory and folklore are still obscured at this time.

For more information on upcoming releases of From Software, check out the Elden Ring-only IGN page where you can find the latest news, clips, and preview ranges for the game.

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