The Underground Map in Elden Ring on Steam Deck

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Elden Ring is an open-world action role-playing developed by FromSoftware and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment.

Just like Bloodborne, Demon’s Souls, Sekiro, and the Dark Souls series, Elden Ring was directed by Hidetaka Miyazaki. The caveat here is that the game was made in collaboration with the award-winning fantasy novelist and source material creator for the highly popular Game of Thrones television show, George R. R. Martin, who provided a lot of source material for the game’s setting.

Elden Ring was released for Microsoft Windows, Steam Deck, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S on February 25, 2022.

The Soulsborne games are known for their difficulty level, and Elden Ring is no exception. Each location has its own level of difficulty, some being less difficult than the rest. Some locations hold special items, ashes, and armaments that make the game a whole lot easier. One of the new features added to Elden Ring that did not exist in the previous Soulsborne games is that of a separate Underground region, complete with its own maps.

Elden Ring Underground

The Underground in Elden Ring is a unique area that is completely different from the overworld. Getting to one of these underground places can be tricky in itself, but upon proper exploration and finding one of these locations, it can be very satisfying.

There are a total of 7 different underground locations in Elden Ring, some interspliced with each other that cannot be accessed till later in the game or without progressing some NPC’s questlines:

  • Deeproot Depths – Can be accessed after defeating the Valiant Gargoyles pair boss
  • Ainsel River – Can be accessed via a lift in East Liurnia
  • Nokstella, Eternal City – Can be accessed via an alternate approach in Ranni’s questline
  • Lake of Rot – Can be accessed after Nokstella, Eternal City, also in Ranni’s questline
  • Siofra River – Can be accessed via a lift in East Limgrave
  • Nokron, Eternal City – Can be accessed via a hole created by a falling star in Limgrave after defeating Starscourge Radahn
  • Mohgwyn Palace – Can be accessed in the main storyline of the game

For a better understanding of these underground areas, why not check out this Elden Ring Underground Interactive Map by guides4gamers?

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