'Al-Din ring', the popular game from FromSoftware, can now be experienced on mobile phones.
Although the idea of playing 'Elden Ring' anywhere is tempting, it is important to highlight that this feat is not an official release from the developer, but rather a fan-developed project.
“Elden Ring” on mobile
The hero of this story is Mobox, a PC emulator Android. The program gained notoriety for being able to run games like “GTA 4” and “Street Fighter 5” on less powerful hardware.
The case of 'Elden Ring' is particularly interesting, considering that it is a game with advanced graphics and significant technical requirements.
Results? Performance, while impressive, has its challenges, such as occasional crashes – a reflection that we're not facing an official platform for the game.
Despite these obstacles, this achievement is living proof of the passion and ingenuity of the gaming community.
“Mobox” emulator allows Android users to explore the world of “Elden Ring” in a new way.
However, it's important to keep expectations realistic: the experience on cell phone doesn't match that offered by the consoles for which the game was originally developed.
The game features a third-person perspective and includes elements similar to those found in other FromSoftware games such as the “Dark Souls” series, “Bloodborne” and “Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice”.
The story of “Elden Ring” takes place in the Middlelands ruled by Queen Marika. The plot begins after the Elden Ring, the source of Erdtree's power, is destroyed, prompting the demigods to demand the parts of the ring.
The player takes on the role of Tainted, an exiled warrior summoned to obtain the power of the Elden Ring and become an original master to restore order to the world.
The narrative is told in a fragmented manner, broken down across objects, dialogue, and even scenery and defeated enemies.
Currently, “Elden Ring” is officially available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC.
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