New Elden Ring Update Fixes Malenia’s Healing Glitch

FromSoftware has released a new patch update for Ring of Elden which fixes the issue where Malenia can heal herself while swinging in the air. Ring of Elden has its share of tough bosses, but Malenia might be the toughest in the game, if not all souls series.

Ring of EldenMalenia has earned a reputation for being brutally hard to beat, thanks to her incredible speed, strength, and aggression on the battlefield. His waterfowl dance move is notorious for being difficult to dodge, slicing up the player’s health in a flurry of sword slashes. Once Malenia enters her second phase, she adds a healthy dose of Scarlet Rot to her attacks and gains access to Scarlet Aeonia; an AoE explosion attack that can decimate players who are caught in its mist. Malenia also has a nasty habit of healing whenever she hits the player, making Ring of Eldenthe toughest boss even tougher.

A new update on Bandai Namco’s official website has announced that Ver. Patch 1.04.01 for Ring of Elden is now live and fixes Malenia’s self-healing issue following an issue that occurred in a previous game update. In a recent update for Ring of Elden, Malenia healed whenever she swung her sword, meaning she healed even when she missed her attacks. This issue only occurred in multiplayer, whenever another player was summoned into the battle against Malenia. Thanks to the latest patch, this should no longer be a problem for Ring of Elden players.

Before the new patch, the last Ring of Elden The patch fixed the 50 move wall, as well as a number of other issues with the game, while this latest update has fewer fixes. The new patch fixes an issue where bosses were dying at unexpected times, as well as an issue that caused Elden Beast to stop working properly. The duration of the Cerulean Hidden Tear item effect was also accidentally reduced in the last patch and this has now been fixed.

Malenia’s reputation as being one of FromSoftware’s toughest bosses of all time has made her popular with fans, as beating her is considered a major badge of honor. Ring of Elden has some brutal boss fights, but giving Malenia a self-healing move during multiplayer fights was a bit too much, and it’s good to hear that was a mistake and not a balance choice made by the developers. There are some Ring of Elden players who beat Malenia in SL1 without getting hit, but not everyone has the free time to master a boss, and removing her Oxygen Vampire move means more Ring of Elden players have a chance to knock her down.

Source: Bandai Namco


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FromSoftware has issued a new patch update for Elden Ring that fixes the glitch where Malenia can heal herself while swinging at the air. Elden Ring has its share of hard bosses, but Malenia might be the hardest in the game, if not the entire Souls series.
Elden Ring‘s Malenia has earned a reputation for being brutally difficult to beat, thanks to her incredible speed, strength, and aggressiveness on the battlefield. Her Waterfowl Dance move is notorious for being tough to dodge, slicing through the player’s health in a flurry of sword blows. Once Malenia enters her second phase, she adds a healthy dose of scarlet rot to her attacks, and gains access to Scarlet Aeonia; an AoE explosion attack that can decimate players who are caught within its mist. Malenia also has the annoying habit of healing whenever she hits the player, making Elden Ring‘s hardest boss even harder.
A new update on the official Bandai Namco website has announced that the Ver. 1.04.01 patch for Elden Ring is now live, and it fixes the Malenia self-healing glitch following an issue that arose with a prior game update. In a recent update for Elden Ring, Malenia healed whenever she swung her sword, which meant she was healing even when she missed her attacks. This issue only occurred during multiplayer, whenever another player was summoned into the battle against Malenia. Thanks to the latest patch, this should no longer be a problem for Elden Ring players.

A hotfix patch for #ELDENRING is available today.
Please update your game to version 1.04.1 in order to use multiplayer features.
A list of changes is available here: https://t.co/lWA3ucUwLp
— ELDEN RING (@ELDENRING) April 27, 2022

Prior to the new patch, the last Elden Ring patch fixed the 50-hit wall, along with a number of other issues with the game, while this latest update has fewer fixes. The new patch fixes an issue where bosses were dying at unintended times, as well as a problem that prevented Elden Beast from working properly. The effect duration of the Cerulean Hidden Tear item was also accidentally decreased in the last patch and this has now been fixed.
Malenia’s reputation as being one of the hardest FromSoftware bosses of all time has made her popular with fans, as beating her is seen as a major badge of honor. Elden Ring has some brutal boss battles, but giving Malenia a self-healing move during multiplayer fights was a bit too much, and it’s good to learn that this was a mistake and not a balance choice made by the developers. There are some Elden Ring players who beat Malenia at SL1 without getting hit, but not everyone has the free time to spend mastering one boss, and the removal of her oxygen vampire move means more Elden Ring players have a shot at taking her down.
Source: Bandai Namco

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