Elden Ring’s most famous co-op player, “Let Me Solo Her”, received a massive box set from Bandai Namco and From Software, including a sword. Let Me Solo Her rose to prominence by fighting Malenia, one of the toughest bosses in Elden Ring, for players who were struggling. The name Let Me Solo Her encouraged other players to hang back and let it do the work. Armed with nothing but a katana and a pot helmet, Let Me Solo Her would dominate Malenia with near-scientific precision, helping hundreds of players defeat the now infamous boss.
Now let’s talk about a company that sends something not so nice. Rockstar parent company Take-Two has reportedly issued a DMCA takedown against modder LukeRoss, best known for creating VR mods of games like GTA V and Red Dead Redemption 2. LukeRoss shared a post on Patreon detailing the notice. which read, “They are demanding that I remove all their copyrighted works from my Patreon page. I immediately asked for clarification, as I believe I am not hosting any of these materials.
And in a bit of unrelated news, E3 made another announcement about its return and this time Reedpop is running the show. Reedpop – which also runs PAX, Star Wars Celebration and several other shows – will partner with the Entertainment Software Association to house publishers, developers, journalists and consumers at E3’s usual location, the Los Angeles Convention Center.
And finally, after years of development and multiple delays, Ubisoft’s Skull and Bones pirate game has a November 8 release date…the day before God of War: Ragnarok.
Skull And Bones Preview – https://www.gamespot.com/articles/skull-and-bones-lets-you-get-off-your-ship-and-play-as-a-pirate-but-not- as -often-like-id-like/1100-6505204/