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Get lost again in the Lands Between in this Elden Ring GeoGuessr game!

When the Elden Ring appeared, much of its beautiful, vast landscape (except for you, Caelid) was made, harkening back to the golden age of the first Dark Souls “if you can see it, you can go there” world design. However, if you’ve been curious as to how much the game’s locations actually stick in your mind while you’re being trained over and over by the Tree Sentinel, now you have your chance.

After the popular location-guessing game GeoGuessr took the world by storm, Reddit user TheEdenChild decided to create Lostgamer.io, where players can try to ascertain their position in the game’s various worlds. The game has already incorporated popular titles like World of Warcraft, Skyrim, and Genshin Impact, but recently added in a fully realized version of Lands Between from Elden Ring, giving fans a chance to put their knowledge of the game to the test. And try to figure out where they landed without the risk of serious bodily harm.

It turns out that the Elden Ring is a perfect fit for this type of game. Many of its areas have a distinct style and colour, from the vigorous greens and yellows of Limegrave, to the aquatic backgrounds of Yornia, to the general outrageousness of the Chalcedes. However, the Elden Ring map is really massive, so even if you can narrow it down to a specific area, there’s still plenty of ground cover. Expect to rack your brains trying to notice certain landmarks, and pray you don’t get slumped in the middle of a forest somewhere.

responses to the game on social media They were positive, and although some bugs were reported, including going out of bounds and some flags not matching the actual situation, the community seems to accept the game wholeheartedly. If nothing else, it at least finally gives players a chance to stop and smell the scarlet roses infected with mold.

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