If you are the type of gamer who pre-orders games without having seen any gameplay footage, chances are you’re also an Elden Ring fan and eagerly awaiting the release date. However, there’s always the chance that you might not have liked what you’ve seen so far and want to cancel your pre-order in order to free up some money for another game – but how? Well, if this is your situation, fret not! There’s an easy way to cancel your Elden Ring pre-order, and all it takes is five minutes and just two simple steps! Elden Ring Player Trick
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What is the Elden Ring Trick?
Also known as invadar, is a particularly cruel trick that involves pretending to be an NPC in Elden Ring. Invadars pretend to offer information or help at certain locations, but when a player approaches them they are snuffed out in a very graphic manner. The use of invadar by other players makes it seem like there are actual NPCs in Elden Ring and causes confusion for some players who then go about trying to find where these NPCs actually are.
Where Is The Right Place For It?
So, if you’re thinking about invading in Elden Ring, where is THE right place for it? Everywhere! The entire game is one big stage for you to invade other players. Okay, maybe not literally everywhere, but from what we’ve seen so far, there are plenty of good spots for you to set up shop and start tricking unsuspecting invaders.
How To Do It?
Confronting a boss at Elden Ring isn’t a difficult task, but it can be intimidating. Thankfully, there’s an easy way to do it that doesn’t involve brute force. By exploiting a few design flaws, you can trigger what appears to be an NPC invasion in The Unending Coil of Bahamut. Confronting your target like normal will lead them to retreat into a space where you can attack with impunity.
The Internet can be a mean place, and nowhere is that more evident than when video game forums are involved. Nasty, cynical gamers look for any opportunity to tear people down—including in-game characters. To avoid angering these creatures, play Elden Ring like you would an NPC (non-player character). Your actions matter little in a massive game; why get upset if some giant doesn’t want to move out of your way? You’re still having fun, right?