Elden Ring: Bill Clinton Mod Surfaces After Game Awards Stage Crash and More


At the Game Awards 2022, Elden Ring won the Game of the Year award. A 15-year-old boy followed the developers as they walked on stage to give their speech.

After Elden Ring director Hidetaka Miyazaki was done with his speech, the boy took the microphone and said, “I want to thank everybody and say I think I want to nominate this award to my Reformed Orthodox rabbi Bill Clinton.”

The moment became viral on social media as millions were watching the Game Awards live online.

Now, a mod has come out that adds Bill Clinton to the game. @Arestame_Arkeid posted a video previewing the 42nd US President’s addition to the game. Take a look at the video below:

Streamer uses dance pad and controller to play two instances of Elden Ring simultaneously

Twitch streamer MissMikkaa is challenging herself by playing Elden Ring twice, simultaneously. With one hand on her PS5 controller and her feet on a dance pad, the streamer is doing something that is an impossible task for most.

The streamer is known for her inventive challenge runs. Even though the setup is difficult, she was still able to defeat enemies at the same time on both instances of the game.

Elden Ring isn’t the best-selling game in the US any more

Elden Ring has lost its spot as the top-selling game in the United States to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. This is according to the latest report from The NPD Group.

Modern Warfare 2 released on October 27 and overtook Elden Ring for the year. “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II repeated as the month’s best-selling title in dollar sales while also becoming the best-seller for 2022 year to date,” the report shared by executive director of Video Games at The NPD Group, Mat Piscatella, states.


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