Elden Ring has patched an exploit on PC that hackers used to entice gamers in countless cycles of death. In the patch notes for update 1.03.2, sport writer Bandai Namco says it features a repair for “a bug in multiplayer that allowed players to teleport others to incorrect map coordinates.”
The exploit first emerged last week after invaders began crashing gamers’ video games and teleporting their character to an out-of-bounds location, inflicting them to fall to their death again and again upon reopening the sport. While some victims had been in a position to get themselves out of the death loop by rapidly teleporting to a website of grace, others reported dropping dozens of hours of gameplay. You can see the consequences of the hack for your self in a video posted by EldenRingUpdate on Twitter.
⚠️Elden Ring PSA for PC gamers⚠️
There’s an exploit going round on PC the place hackers will corrupt your save file when you’re invaded.
First they may crash your sport, and while you open it again up, your character might be continuously falling to their death… pic.twitter.com/8et3bl8T1I
— Mordecai (@EldenRingUpdate) March 18, 2022
At the time, gamers on PC had been suggested in opposition to enjoying on-line. But it seems to be just like the patch fixes issues, so you need to hopefully be secure from invaders who wish to kill your total sport save file, not simply your satisfaction.
Aside from the death loop repair, the patch additionally addresses a number of different issues throughout all platforms, together with a repair for a bug that made it inconceivable for some gamers to finish Nepheli Loux’s questline. It additionally resolves a problem that prevented the Endure Ash of War from activating, in addition to a bug that precipitated gamers to die throughout a descent close to Bestial Sanctum.