In maybe essentially the most spectacular Elden Ring controller information thus far, a harpist has attached her instrument to play FromSoftware’s epic.
It is a mission that started again in April when Anna Ellsworth posted a YouTube video explaining the method of turning her harp right into a controller.
Since then, she’s overwhelmed the dreaded Darkish Souls pair Ornstein and Smough and has now turned to Elden Ring, most lately defeating Margit the Fell Omen.
In a reddit put up, noticed by PC Gamer, Ellsworth gave particulars on how the harp controller works.
“A for dodge and G for gentle assault! To my nice unhappiness, I haven’t got a heavy assault string as a result of I wanted that actual property for different actions. Perhaps the opposite notes you have been listening to have been both transfer ahead (C), transfer backward (F), cease (low G), or heal (low A),” she wrote.
One limitation is that she will be able to solely roll within the path she’s already shifting in.
“As for adjusting to lag, yeah, it took a while however is not too unhealthy anymore,” she mentioned.
It means Ellsworth is actually making music via gameplay. Let’s watch:
Ellsworth is an expert harpist and vocalist, and was a part of the The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses tour. She’s even achieved covers of the Elden Ring soundtrack.
Elsewhere gamers have managed Elden Ring with a Fisher Value toy and a banana. No, actually.