Randy Orton Finds an Efficient Way to Power Up in Elden Ring
Randy Orton, a well-known WWE star, is a fan of the open-world game Elden Ring developed by FromSoftware. However, he found the game’s extreme difficulty level to be a bit too much for him. According to reports, Orton paid a guy $1,000 to get a lot of runes so he could get past the early game woes. This information was revealed on “The Insiderz,” a wrestling show hosted by former WWE wrestlers Brennan Williams and Mansoor Al-Shehail. Orton told them this before a Monday Night Raw taping. According to Al-Shehail, Orton said that he loves Elden Ring and that “it’s awesome,” but that he couldn’t deal with the “bull****” of grinding out levels, so he “just paid a guy $1000 to give me a bunch of runes” so he could ascend to level 100 early.
The duo also made a TikTok that recreates that conversation.While some might criticize Orton for this pay-to-win tactic, it’s important to note that Elden Ring gives players plenty of options to mitigate its high difficulty. These include NPC helpers known as Spirit Ashes, as well as the jolly cooperation of summoning your fellow players to help you beat big bad bosses like Malenia. There’s no wrong way to play, but it does help when you have $1,000 to burn to beat the game.It is worth noting that Elden Ring is known for its high difficulty level, and many players have struggled to progress through the game. After Morgott, there is a huge difficulty spike, and since leveling up gives you diminished returns, it can be challenging to progress through the game.
However, there are many ways to overcome these challenges, and players can choose the method that works best for them.In other Elden Ring news, there is still no official release date for its DLC Shadow of the Erdtree. However, fans are eagerly anticipating its release and keeping an eye out for any updates.