Gamers Are Obsessed With This NSFW-Looking Enemy In Elden Ring
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Elden Ring is set to be released on 25th February 2022 on PlayStation, XBox and PC, and gamers are undoubtedly excited for this dark game.
While fans patiently wait for the release of the upcoming action role-playing game, they’ve been keeping each other busy on Reddit with a huge variety of discussions, memes and excitement for the future fantasy game. But their latest observation on the platform is an enemy which has turned heads for its baffling design which is reminding gamers of… something slightly NSFW.
Players are understandably excited about the variety of characters that they are set to encounter in their expeditions, like the sentient pots which scurry here, there and everywhere, as well as the dragon Agheel, or the impressive Golems which showcase their detailed etchings along their bodies.
However, some gamers who have access to the game’s closed network test have shared the more risquee character they’ve stumbled across. The enemy has been dubbed as “anal beads” for its obvious look, which consists of multiple spheres. This particular enemy flings itself into mid air to attack the player, and moves in a similar way to a snake from point A, to B.
One Reddit user, gixttt, shared a clip from YouTube channel Gamers Cathedral, to let fellow fans know about the hilarious NSFW observation in the game. Check out the bizarre enemy here:
One player commented that they remind them of the Pokeys from Super Mario. Other gamers said that they're reminded of Onix from Pokemon. Despite the hilariously sexual undertones of this creature, fans just can’t get enough of them!
One player replied to the clip: “This enemy feels like they were testing animations in alpha from enemy hit boxes and just said 'slap a texture on that baby and put it in the game'," said HeroC14.
It might be time for the FromSoftware team to go back to the drawing board with this enemy… Or maybe not.
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