This week, an Elden Ring seamless four-player co-op mod will be released in public beta

This week, an Elden Ring seamless four-player co-op mod will be released in public beta

The Elden Ring mod, which allows up to four players to engage in co-op activity, will be released later this week.

Elden Ring already supports a three-player co-op until the end, but this mod allows each player to stick around with them for as long as they like.

Because the mod uses a separate launcher that runs the game without launching Easy Anti-Cheat, you don''t have to worry about being banned because it does not connect to the matchmaking servers. This means that it does not use FromSoftware''s online services and therefore you cannot be banned for using it.

The way it works is there will be one host and up to three other individuals who may be invited. Progress is shared among players, but it only applies to actions while in a player''s world. So, for example, if you start a fresh character and join a player to kill an end-game boss, only that boss will be dead in your world. You will not inherit all of the other player''s achievements they had previously.

These will be unique to any player, so if a boss drops a talisman pouch, everyone will get it. This applies to all enemy drops and items discovered while roaming throughout the world.

There are no invasions, but you may PvP with parties, using an item to set up a friendly fire mode.

If one player sits at a memorial, a reset will take place for every player. If a player is attempting to be a non-open world boss at this time, they will be placed back outside the fog wall and the fight will be restored.

If you have other mods installed, they will still be useful, but they will only be visible to other players if they have the same mod installed.

The link to the Nexus Mod Mod, created by YouTuber LukeYui, will be available on Friday, May 27, so keep an eye on an update here.

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