An Elden Ring modder has taken the sport’s hardest boss, Malenia, Blade of Miquella, and put her inside fellow FromSoftware title Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
As reported by PC Gamer, Gūyǐng Zhòng’s Land of Reeds: Vacancy mod on NexusMods provides the notorious Elden Ring boss to Sekiro alongside Darkish Souls’ Artorias the Abysswalker and Darkish Souls 3’s Slave Knight Gael.
YouTube consumer Ongbal showcases the mod in motion, and whereas it is seemingly a bit of tough to get operating correctly and nonetheless has some points in-game, it does have Malenia working for essentially the most half in Sekiro’s distinctive fight type.
This implies the boss battle contains a posture bar alongside her normal well being bar, which could be constructed up by deflecting Malenia’s varied assaults as Sekiro. The battle additionally options two resurrection nodes, indicating the 2 levels Malenia has in Elden Ring, and even has a correct deathblow animation.
Regardless of wanting promising, the mod doesn’t working completely simply but. “The hitbox and deflect timing are oddly inconsistent and there have been typically awkward interactions,” Ongbal stated. “Nonetheless, it is nonetheless wonderful that different FromSoftware bosses had been ported to Sekiro with such top quality.”
Malenia shortly drew consideration because the hardest boss in Elden Ring, with all types of storylines rising from the battle. Developer FromSoftware did not assist the state of affairs by eradicating a well-liked option to defeat her quickly after launch and a glitch made her ridiculously overpowered.
Different mods have even pitted Malenia towards each different boss within the recreation (it did not finish nicely for many of them) and in addition turned each enemy within the recreation into Malenia. Yikes!
To steadiness the universe, nonetheless, a hero emerged to place Malenia in her place. Elden Ring’s most legendary participant, Let me Solo Her, would seem in gamers’ video games to take Malenia down single-handedly, and has now executed so greater than 1,000 instances.
Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelance reporter. He’ll speak about The Witcher all day.