Elden Ring will not arrive on the shelves before next February, but a number of favourable conditions are allowing the modders to get some fun: thanks to the recently discovered PlayStation 4 hack, a user has managed to
Elden Ring’s Network Test took place from 12 to 15 November, but users with a custom firmware installed on PlayStation 4 are continuing to play. A modder, known as Dropoff, went far beyond importing the iconic protagonist of GTA San Andreas into the fantasy universe of FromSoftware. The result seems strange, since the criminal on Grove Street appears as a fish out of water in the Elden Ring Interregnum, but he could not help but attract our attention and that of the other players on the net.
CJ handles sword and shield, and fights with the same animations as the real protagonist of the game, as you can appreciate yourself watching the footage attached to this news, keeping in mind that it could be removed from any moment for copyright infringement,
Elden Ring, remember, will be launched on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X-S and PC on February 25, 2022. Due to the PS4 hacking, Lance McDonald launched the spoiler alarm for Elden Ring: Modders may discover important information in Network Test files and spread them online before the time.