Elden Ring Player uses mods to enter closed Colosseum, discover Grace’s site and two enemies

Players suspect that an enclosed Colosseum in Elden Ring could be the location of a potential PvP-based DLC or expansion. Popular Software Moderator Lance McDonald was able to look inside with a mod. He confirmed that the outer walls of the Colosseum are not just skins, but real walls of an arena.

As reported by Chronicle of video games, another From Software modder, Sekiro Dubi, used a mod to enter the Colosseum and explore it even further. Surprisingly, Sekiro Dubi discovered not only a colosseum to explore, but two additional Elden Ring enemies and even a new Site of Grace, which are the Elden Ring’s version of Dark Souls bonfires.

As noted VGCthe Site of Grace seems to indicate that this area was accessible in-game at one time or another, unless, of course, this Site of Grace will be become accessible one day in a patch or DLC that allows players to enter the Colosseum. Sekiro Dubi notes in their video above that Grace’s site is called “?PlaceName?” (an obvious placeholder name) in the locations menu, but they point out that leaked network test files say it’s called Leyndell Colosseum.

As for the new enemies, there’s a Gladiator Large and an Old Lion of the Arena, which can’t be found anywhere else in Elden Ring. Sekiro Dubi notes that the game’s lore indicates that this colosseum was a place where warriors fought against beasts.

For now, this coliseum remains inaccessible to the standard playerbase as it is only accessible through mods. However, many believe that it will one day become a PvP arena. Only time will tell.

In the meantime, read game informant Elden Ring review, then check out this story on how Elden Ring was the top-selling game in the US for the second month in a row. Read about the latest Elden Ring patch that adjusts sorcery, casting, and weapon skill balancing after this.

[Source: Video Games Chronicle]


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