The full release is nearly upon us for Elden Ring as developers FromSoftware have crafted a breathtaking RPG that has all of the gaming world buzzing. Author of the ultra-popular book and television series, Game of Thrones, George R.R. Martin worked in collaboration with Elden Ring developers to create the lore and storyline surrounding the title.
With ten different starting classes to select from, players have many choices to personalize their gameplay. With excitement at an all-time high, the game developers have taken the time to tweak and make improvements to deliver players the best experience.
Let us take you through all the overview information regarding FromSoftware's latest RPG. Here's everything you need to know about the Elden Ring Day One update including patch notes and file size.
Elden Ring day one update 1.01 - Patch notes & file size
With Elden Ring releasing fully on 25th February, FromSoftware has gone ahead with the first title update to make any last-minute improvements or bug fixes. Update 1.01 is here and players are searching out everything included in the patch, here's all the latest.
The Elden Ring Patch Notes in accordance with Update 1.01 are very brief, only listing a few points. However, we do have a confirmed file size for the PlayStation platforms.
🚨 Elden Ring 1.01 Update Patch Notes :— PlayStation Game Size (@PlaystationSize) February 15, 2022
🔸Added some features
🔸Improved the balance of the game
🔸Improved game performance and usability
🔸Fixed some other bugs
Elden Ring Update 1.01 Patch Notes
- Added some features
- Improved the balance of the game
- Improved game performance and usability
- Fixed some other bugs
As posted by PlayStation Game Size on Twitter, the PlayStation version of Elden Ring Update 1.01 is an 8GB patch. The PlayStation5 file size is 41.4 GB, Xbox Series X|S users can expect their file size to be somewhat similar.
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