The popular notification feature returns in the Elden Ring and one player finds a hidden message related to Metal Gear Solid.
Kodoani.com – Elden Ring finally released to the world after many years of world. With critical reviews and player numbers both hitting record highs, Elden Ring has been a huge hit.
In spite of Elden Ring is having performance issues and since its launch, many fans are still knocked down by the game’s appeal. Instead of following the traditional linear path of many previous FromSoftware titles, Elden Ring instead focuses primarily on the casual exploration of the vast environment, allowing players to become very powerful before they battle. fight bosses.
FromSoftware has a reputation for high difficulty games. However, Elden Ring’s departure from the difficult linear layout of previous games has attracted new players from many but ordinary platforms. An example of this would be Metal Gear Solid fans, such as the one who created Venom Snake in the Elden Ring.
Along with one fan creating a character based on Snake, another fan decided to introduce the character through the Elden Ring in-game messaging system. As a result, Reddit user RavGn found a message prompting them to create a post on the Metal Gear Solid subsite. Very well done post, which is important as it is a screenshot of a game that has nothing to do with the Metal Gear Solid series. The message itself is a direct reference to Snake, prompting the player to try the stealth approach. Contact Metal Gear Solid may be the pinnacle of stealth games, the message of which is impeccable both in terms of location and content.
The comments below RavGn’s post are a mix of references to Metal Gear Solid as well as Elden Ring. One user noted another notice where they found a reference to the franchise that said “snake! Snake! Climb the ladder!” This is a reference to a famous and hilarious moment in Metal Gear Solid 3, where Snake was tasked with climbing a ladder so long that the entire game’s theme song ended before climbing. . Another user lamented the Elden Ring’s limited messaging capabilities, saying they couldn’t write “what’s suspenseful” at the top of a very high ladder, again referencing the scene and the song.
Regardless of limited information or meme references, RavGn’s post was the perfect cross between fans of both different games who were brought together through the game. Even as other users were joking around, one commenter asked if the Elden Ring was worth buying and there are certainly other users who may have been drawn to the game by the post. For those with slightly less stealthy skills than Snake, an Elden Ring tutorial on stealth will help players navigate danger like the protagonist in Metal Gear Solid.
Elden Ring is currently available for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Series X | S