Perfect attack timing turns Elden Ring’s boss battle Margit into a Michael Bay trailer, complete with Linkin Park’s Transformers tune.
Perfect attack synchronization between a Ring of Elden Player and Boss turn Margit, Battle of Fell Omen into a Michael Bay trailer. Widely regarded as one of Elden Ring’s the toughest boss characters, Margit, the Fell Omen appear to players trying to venture into Stormveil Castle. Although he technically counts as an optional miniboss, this particular antagonist still proves quite formidable in combat, so much so that some players may want to practice their parry skills before facing him.
Developer FromSoftware and publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment originally planned to release the open-world role-playing game title in January. However, it hit digital storefronts and retailers in late February and proved to be worth the wait to kick off. In fact, FromSoftware’s latest installment was so anticipated that it already counts as the top-selling title in the US of 2022 – an impressive feat for a souls Game. Now it seems Ring of Elden players also had fun in the Lands Between beyond the game world.
While battling Margit, the Fell Omen in Ring of Elden, Reddit user YoBoi909 came across a pleasantly fortuitous situation that demanded a connection to a returning Michael Bay. The Redditor shared a gameplay video in which they knocked down the boss character and then ran away to put some distance between them. Once it’s time to return for another round of fights, the Tarnished and Margit leap into the air at the exact same time. And in true action movie style, the edited version of YoBoi909’s gameplay footage cuts to the moment the two characters collide, making way for the Transformers (2007) credits sequence, with Linkin Park’s “What I’ve Done” in the background. Check it out in the video linked below:
Unfortunately, Optimus Prime doesn’t narrate the footage above, but YoBoi909’s edit still does. Ring of Elden battle with Margit, the Fell Omen all the more exciting. The timing of simultaneous attacks is also impeccable, raising the question of how often similar events occur for other players.
As evidenced by the previously mentioned sales information, millions of players have invested time in exploring the Lands Between. Some have even mastered it already, with more than a fair number of users sharing images of their speed reads. A few days ago, a player managed to break through Ring of Elden without dying in less than three hours. Another user later revealed that he finished the title in less than an hour. Soon, someone else will probably surpass even this amazing feat.
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Ring of Elden is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
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