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Elden Ring Update 1.12 Drops Today With Minor Bug Fixes, Here Are The Patch Notes

Bandai Namco has deployed a quick and small hotfix for Elden Ring today that appears to resolve some game balance issues with update 1.12.

Elden Ring has received a major update in the shape of the Colosseum that brought together three different PvP arenas. They were labeled as free downloadable content but apparently, this is not the end of support when it comes to DLCs. There are more planned to launch later for the game according to a report.

As the Colosseum update is live now on all major platforms, Bandai Namco has followed up this patch with a small hotfix that was deployed today. This addresses two particular issues. One is related to an attacking animation bug that was linked to the colosseum update, and the other is related to the players’ positions displayed on the compass.

Elden Ring Update 1.12 Patch Notes

Game changes

  • Fixed a bug that changed crouching attack behavior of right-handed weapons when holding specific weapons in the left hand.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented other players’ positions from being displayed correctly on the compass and the map during multiplayer sessions aside from the Colosseums.

The version number of this update shown at the lower right corner of the Title Screen will be as follows:

App Ver. 1.08.1

Regulation Ver. 1.08.1

Details on this update were taken from the official Bandai Namco support website so don’t expect to see any hidden changes with this patch. If you do notice something odd, do let us know in the comments below.

Elden Ring has become one of the fastest-selling games developed by From Software. It was also the first collaboration between the Game of Thrones creator George R. R. Martin and Hidetaka Miyazaki. It helped shape the lore of the world as well. This was the first proper open-world game by From Software and it is one of the highest-rated games of all time as well.

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