Elden Ring is a big step for FromSoftware considering it's their first fully open-world souls game. This is partly why enthusiasts keep hoping that Steam Workshop support will be here soon.
Many gamers note that Elden Ring turned out to be easier in some aspects than Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Bloodborne or games in the Dark Souls series.
Classes for Elden Ring are the starting archetypes available to the player. All Elden Ring Classes follow similar concept to that of the Dark Souls series, choosing a class determines the player's starting Stats and Equipment which can then be improved and upgraded later on as you progress
If you want to play an absolute beefcake, Elden Ring has the class for you. The Hero class is your classic strength, melee-based fighter who will tank their way through the Lands Between. Your main focus will be on which weapons suit your playstyle and where best to allocate your runes.
Hero is a starting Class in Elden Ring. The Hero has high Strength and Vigor with some arcane. It starts the game level 7, with a battle axe and leather shield.
The first fan-made fixes for the PC version of Elden Ring have appeared online. They enable us, among other things, to play in ultrawide resolutions, change the FOV and remove the fps cap.