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News video games 08 August 2022, 14:03

author: Hubert Sledziewski

Let Me Solo Her Switches to PvP

A kind of legend Elden Ring - player known as Let Me Solo Her, who helped numerous other people defeat Malenia, considered by many to be the most difficult boss in FromSoftware's latest work - has changed hobbies. He now hunts other players.

He was the hero of hundreds of Elden Ring players, and now he may become their worst nightmare. The Internet user known as Let Me Solo Her (or Klein Tsuboi), who tirelessly helped other people kill Malenia in FromSoftware's latest game, apparently got bored with his "mission." No wonder, after all, he himself defeated this "boss" more than two thousand times (for which, by the way received an award). Now Let Me Solo Her has set a new goal for himself - he will hunt for other players.

So he is in for quite a challenge. After all, however difficult Malenia might be to defeat - many members of the Elden Ring community consider her to be the most difficult boss in the game - she is controlled by AI, and therefore her moves can be learned. In the case of real players, this is impossible.

The hunt undertaken by Let Me Solo Her is all the more challenging because the talented player has remained true to his style and faces the battle only with katanas in his hands (sometimes also with a small shield) and a jar on his head (a kind of helmet) - without any other armor.

You can see examples of Let Me Solo Her clashes with other players in the video below. As a reminder, let me add that he plays on PC, so if - for some reason - you want to face this living legend, you must play the Elden Ring in network mode on the same platform.

Among other things, thanks to such materials, the latest work of FromSoftware recorded the largest debut in the history of video games on YouTube. In the sixty days since the release - which took place on February 25, 2022. the title-related videos were viewed 3.4 billion times. By comparison - second on the list GTA V boasts a "mere" 1.9 billion views in (approximately) the first two months after its debut.

Elden Ring is available on PC, PS4, PS5, XOne and XSX/S. I encourage you to read our review of the game as well as the game's guide.

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