Elden Ring invaders can render saved files unusable

A new exploit allows elden ring Invaders to trap players in a death cycle and render their save files unusable.

elden ring Players on PC experience invasions that render their saved files unusable. Players can travel to other players’ worlds elden ring to help or attack. However, a recently discovered exploit allows malicious users to do even more. (About PCGamesN)

Intruders join games and then hack the other player’s game to cause a crash. However, after the game has reloaded, the player who was attacked will now find their character stuck in a falling loop that leads to death.

Once a player is trapped, they cannot escape and all game progress is lost. The only possible way out is to repeatedly try to open the map and teleport to a safe place. however, this method is unreliable.

They play elden ring on PC may want to create a local backup of their save data to avoid losing all their progress if they are affected. Players may also want to play the game in offline mode until a fix is ​​deployed.

Twitter user EldenRingUpdate shared a video of the hack in action, showing that his game crashes the moment another player intrudes. They were then stuck in the death loop.

This exploit is similar, but not as severe, as an exploit uncovered for all FromSoftware PC games, which allowed malicious users to run code on other people’s computers.

In other news, Epic Games announced that all profits from Fourteen days Donated to charities working to support those affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine by April 4th. This includes all V-Bucks purchases and physical code purchases redeemed during the specified period.

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Caroline Bleakley

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