Elden Ring First-Person Mod

Elden Ring gets a cool first-person mod, available for download

Have you ever wondered what Elden Ring would have looked like as a first-person game? Well, time to find out. Modder ‘Dasaav’ has released a new amazing mod for Elden Ring that allows you to play the entire game in first-person mode.

As the modder claims, First Person Souls adjusts core gameplay mechanics in subtle, but satisfying ways. The ultimate goal of those changes is to to make first person feel more seamless and polished.

In order to showcase this first-person mod in action, the modder has also shared the following video. This video will give you an idea of what you can expect from it. And, as you will see, it does look pretty cool.

Needless to say that I highly recommend downloading it. After all, this mod will let you experience this action RPG in a completely different way.

You can download first Person Souls from here.

Speaking of Elden Ring, here are some other cool free mods that you can download for it. This mod adds seamless co-op functionalities to the game. There is also this mod that introduces an unofficial Survival Mode. Then we have this mod that adds 20+ weapons and 30+ armors to the game. Flawless Ultrawide is another must-have mod as it enables support for ultra-wide resolutions/monitors. There is also a mod that adds elements from MMOs & traditional RPGs. And lastly, you can download a 25GB HD Texture Pack.


ELDEN RING [FPS] - Mod Release Trailer

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