Elden Ring’s release has been a huge one for developers From Software and the latest patch has gone a long way to addressing some issues within the game.
When such a huge role-playing game is released, it is only natural that there will be a number of bug fixes that need to be rolled out.
Nevertheless, Elden Ring really has been a very smooth launch, especially for a game that is just so big and offers so many different paths for each player.
You need to fight several bosses throughout your journey in the Lands Between as you aim to become the Elden Lord and rule over everything in the world.
There are a few secrets within it too, as players can explore every nook and cranny in caves, castles, and out in the world itself, potentially to find treasure chests, incantations, and new weapons.
One such secret was seen to be the fake wall that was found that required 50 hits to disappear, allowing players into a secret room.
There wasn’t a great deal of content to be found in said room, with the effort required to get in not really worth the hassle.
However, a new report from Eurogamer now points out that the 50-hit wall was likely a glitch.
A YouTuber by the name of Zullie the Witch took themselves back to the wall after the newest patch and attempted to land 50 hits to see if it opened. They did everything required but, alas, it didn’t budge.
It appears the newest update has completely patched the fake wall out, although it remains to be seen if this will save gamers time, or merely convince them to go back and hit it 100 times to see if that does the trick.
Per the report, Zullie has also discovered that the game’s bleed dog enemy type no longer glitch when they come at you. They remain deadly, but they’re not quite as irritating to fight anymore.
We’ve put together the full list of patch notes, which were published on the Bandai Namco website, in a separate article so take a look if you want to know the full list of changes.