Dataminer revealed how difficult one of Elden Ring's most difficult bosses was before the release

Dataminer revealed how difficult one of Elden Ring's most difficult bosses was before the release

The PC Gamer portal noted that the Kotn3l datamener in July's YouTube video described and showed how the current version of one of the most complex bosses in the fantasy role-playing act Elden Ring was different from the pre-release version.

It's about the Mickella Blade, an option boss waiting for a hero in a semi-secret location nearing the end of the passage, considered one of the most difficult in Elden Ring, but before the release, the enemy was even more threatening.

As Kotn3l found out, in assembly 1.0.

Before the release, "Water Dancing" was called the "Mania Blade", while the real "Water Dance" was probably an alternative version of the reception — more like a dance, with no long pauses and less distance.

In the current form, Menania begins to use Water Dance without 20% health: there is no such restriction in assembly 1.0. In addition, both options are recharged independently of each other, so that they can be applied in a row.

Version 1.0 is available only on consoles in Elden Ring, but Kotn3l has opened up a way for players to touch it on PC: Nexus Mods has access to a modification with a pre-release variation of Mania.

Elden Ring made her debut on February 25 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S. The April 1.04 update did not make Maliia more difficult, but the error had already been corrected.