Elden Ring patch 1.03.3 is out on all formats, here are the notes

Elden Ring patch 1.03
Elden Ring patch 1.03

Bandai Namco have released Elden Ring patch 1.03.3 across all formats but if you were hoping for a load of bug fixes and tweaks then you are going to sadly disappointed. Here are the full patch notes:

Notice of Update Distribution

We are distributing this new update to fix a bug in patch 1.03

Targeted Platform

PlayStation 4 / PlayStation 5 / Xbox One / Xbox Series X|S / Steam

The item included in the latest update

  • Fixed a bug in the balance adjustment of the boss “Starscourge Radahn” in update 1.03, in which the power of some attacks was unintentionally reduced.

The version number of this update shown at the lower right corner of the Title Screen will be as followed

App Ver. 1.03.2

Regulation Ver. 1.03.3

* Please note that users with different regulation versions cannot be matched with each other online.

Yep, just one single bug has been fixed.


FromSoftware’s latest action RPG epic Elden Ring has already sold more than 12 million copies in just 18 days, the developer and publisher Bandai Namco have announced.

FromSoftware president and game director Hidetaka Miyazaki said, “It’s astonishing to see just how many people have been playing Elden Ring. I’d like to extend our heartfelt thanks on behalf of the entire development team.”

A huge part of that, of course, will have been down to the marketing that led up to the game’s release. Excitement started well before the game’s announcement witht he rumours of a collaboration between FromSoftware and Game of Thrones writer George R. R. Martin. Martin was brought in to help establish some of the lore and overarching backstory of the game’s universe, but from the jumping off point FromSoftware dramatically expanded upon the well-established formula of their previous games.

Elden Ring Technical Test Open World

Elden Ring is a sweeping open world game, introducing new gameplay elements such as being able to summon a horse to ride around on, and with which to engage in horse-back combat, and there’s a more free-form structure to the game and how you progress through its story.

It’s drawn almost universal praise – outside of criticisms over game performance – and in our Elden Ring review, Jason wrote: “Elden Ring is the game Souls fans have been waiting for. From the open world design, to riding into battle on Torrent’s back, and the dark narrative woven through the world, this is a clear Game of the Year frontrunner that will have us all ensnared for a long time to come”

Elden Ring is out now for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Source: FromSoftware

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