Elden Ring Releases Update 1.09.1

The Elden Ring 1.09.1 update is now available on all platforms as developer FromSoftware fixes more bugs and makes balance changes to the game. Since its release in February 2022, FromSoftware has released several updates for Elden Ring, many of which focus on bug fixes and ongoing changes to the game’s balance.

Some Elden Ring patches also add new features to the game, such as a massive Colosseum update that opens up the various arenas that exist in the world for PvP combat. Additionally, a recent update to Elden Ring added support for ray tracing, although users don’t seem impressed with the feature’s implementation. Regardless, FromSoftware has now rolled out a relatively minor update for Elden Ring that includes a new set of changes.

As revealed by Bandai Namco, Elden Ring’s 1.09.1 update includes fixes and balance changes, in addition to notes about ray tracing for the PC version of the game. This patch fixes a bug where some spells, weapons, skills, or items that increased attack power were not properly applied to the various spells available in Elden Ring. It also fixes a bug that would cause Jellyfish Shield’s Contagious Rage ability to continue to increase attack damage when the user unequips or switches to a different weapon. Finally, the latest Elden Ring update reduces the balance damage of the Cursed Blood Splat ability of Mogot’s Cursed Sword.

The next section of the patch notes discusses ray tracing on PC, confirming that the feature is enabled by default in some cases. Bandai Namco mentioned that if players experience any issues with the ray tracing feature in Elden Ring, users can turn it off from the in-game menu. It also states that gamers should ensure they meet the minimum system requirements for ray tracing in Elden Ring and update their graphics drivers. Elden Ring’s 1.09.1 patch is fairly minor compared to some of the other updates, but hopefully fans will experience fewer bugs while playing the game.

Gamers should take note that FromSoftware has announced a new expansion for Elden Ring called Shadow of the Erdtree. There isn’t much information about this DLC other than it’s currently in development, so fans will have to wait for information on its price and the amount of content on offer. Whenever it’s released, fans can probably expect to see more Elden Ring changes to come with it.

Elden Ring 1.09.1 update patch notes are as follows :

Gameplay changes and bug fixes

Fixed a bug where some abilities, spells, items, and weapons’ attack-increasing effects did not apply to spells and spells. Fixed a bug where the Jellyfish Shield skill Contagious Rage kept increasing its attack power when the shield was removed or switched to a different weapon. Reduced balance damage of Cursed Blood Slice skill. About PC ray tracing settings

In some cases, ray tracing has been enabled by default after updating the game to version 1.09.

If ray tracing is inadvertently enabled and affecting your game, you can disable it from the title menu or in-game by going to System Graphics Set Ray Tracing Quality to Off. If your game doesn’t start properly or becomes unstable when raytracing quality is set to low/medium/high/max, please consider the following options on this page : https://en.bandainamcoent.eu/elden-ring/news/elden-ring- patch-notes-version-109. Make sure your graphics driver is updated to the latest version.

Elden Ring is out now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

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