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Elden Ring: on Twitter, Elon Musk protests for underwear

Game news Elden Ring: on Twitter, Elon Musk protests for underwear

Between the proposed acquisition of Twitter and its final deal, Elon Musk has not left the social network. He has even used it several times, including once to question this strange Elden Ring problem.

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  • Elden Ring: when Elon Musk talks about it
  • Elden Ring: why not collect the little ones on their deathbed?

Elden Ring: when Elon Musk talks about it

Right now, Elon Musk is making headlines on Tuesday, April 26, as he became the owner of Twitter for a $ 44 billion deal. But between its proposed acquisition and the negotiations of the dealthe future buyer of the social network has obviously decided to devote his time Ring of the Elden. And it was recently on Twitter that he decided to release a statement about the title:

Elden Ring is great, but why are the extremely violent death and murder scenes considered ok while at the same time being banned for underwear ?!

Without contextualization, the question may seem curious but it is quite relevant since it evokes the Little ones on their deathbed. A pair of underpants that it shouldn’t be in the Elden Ring.

Elden Ring: why not collect the little ones on their deathbed?

Elden Ring: on Twitter, Elon Musk protests for underwear

The little ones of the deathbed

This pair of underpants is the subject of Elon Musk’s interrogation. As stated above, it shouldn’t be in the Elden Ring. However, some hacker manage to get their hands on it: this is the case with Pantsu dealerthat invades the worlds of players by abandoning the Little ones on their deathbed. Out of curiosity, players collect their underwear and are then banned from the game. But why ? Simply because “armor” shouldn’t be in the final game. Therefore, the anti-cheat system assumes that the player has cheated by appropriating something usually impossible to have. A bypassed anti-cheat system Pantsu dealer.

It is not the first time that such a system has been used by hackers. A month ago, we told you about it pirate Malcom Reynolds that he considered himselfa necessary evil for Bandai Namco“: the latter invaded the worlds of other players with modified (and overbearing) spells that added the item to their bag pavé. In order not to appear in the final version of the game, this item had the misfortune to banish anyone who had it in their inventory.

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