The ‘Elden Ring Player’ smacks down Margit by using a Harp for a Controller.
I have the perfect challenge for anyone with a spare harp. It is no secret that Elden Ring players have a lot of imagination when facing the many foes in the Lands Between.
One player was able to defeat the game, while another forced his Elden Ring boss into self-destruction. Other players have used alternative controllers, with one Tarnished using a Dance Dance Revolution mat to defeat Margit. This feat is quite impressive. Have a look.
Lettuce4Dayz was capable of linking each string to specific controller input. This allowed for sweet songs to become powerful attacks. The boss encounter looked easy as she attacked, dodged, and rolled with pleasant plucking ease. Margit might be one of the more novice-friendly bosses in Elden Ring, but it is still an amazing display of skill.
Lettuce4Dayz opened up about his achievement. My deepest regret is that I don’t have an attack string-heavy because I needed it for other actions. Other notes that you heard were moving forward (C), moving in reverse (F), stop, low G (low H), and heal (low A).
She said, “I have no control over the direction of the roll. I can only control the direction that my character is walking.” It’s a little annoying because when I play with a controller, I tend to do a lot of forward-but-a-little-to-the-right rolls, which I can’t do with a harp unless I happen to be approaching from a certain angle. It’s mostly just rolling into an attack, hoping for the best.