Elon Musk has shared a picture of his build of Elden Ring, developed by FromSoftware, but it didn’t impress many fans.
Elon Musk seems to have been intrigued by the massive success of Elden Ring, which has sold millions of copies and received critical acclaim, making it one of the highest-rated games of all time. Musk took to Twitter to praise Elden Ring and recently revealed details about his character. However, not many fans were impressed by Elon Musk’s build in the popular action RPG.
Elon Musk recently detailed his Elden Ring build, describing it as a mage build that is a mix of magic and melee combat.
Musk refrained from giving a picture of Elden Ring’s character at the time but has since shared photos of his stats and what he’s equipped with. However, musk’s Elden Ring build drew criticism from the game’s community, who were not impressed with his stats and gear.
What many Elden Ring players have noticed is Musk’s gear load.
In fact, Musk’s loadout is 67.2/68.8 in the picture, which makes it difficult for him to dodge enemy attacks effectively. Musk also has some equipment that has fans scratching their heads, such as two shields. Quite a few Elden Ring fans have responded to Musk’s build and mocked it, though others have come to his defence, saying he can play the game however he wants.
Musk explained that he would change his Elden Ring gear load if a particular encounter required him to roll faster. He has also previously said that he often switches between different talismans, although these explanations did little to convince Elden Ring fans who are not impressed with the way Musk plays the game.
Elon Musk is not the only celebrity to play Elden Ring.
It was recently revealed that Randy Orton has also tried Elden Ring. The WWE superstar claims to have reached level 527 on April 26. Orton has not since given an update on his Elden Ring level but assuming he still plays the game regularly, and one can imagine that he is currently much higher than that. However, Orton has never provided a picture of his build, as Musk has, so fans can only speculate about his playstyle.
Equipped load will be lower if fast roll is needed pic.twitter.com/OTSqKrrIv4
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 24, 2022