Modder ‘SchuhBaum’ has released an amazing new mod for Elden Ring. This mod allows you to freely move the camera while you are locked on to enemies. This will greatly enhance your gaming experience. So, be sure to download it.
Now, for those unaware, Elden Ring does not let you move the camera when you’re locked on an enemy. This can be frustrating, especially if you’re playing with a mouse. But with this mod, you can fix that. Not only that, but the mod comes with some other tweaks and changes, like how lock-on targets are selected.
This is an amazing QoL improvement for the PC version. And, to be honest, I’d really love to see FromSoftware adding it to the game via a future update. Let’s not forget that Elden Ring will receive an official expansion in 2024. So, fingers crossed that the team will take notes from its modding community. Okay okay, it won’t happen but a man can dream, right?
Those interested can download the mod from this link. Below you can also find a video that showcases the mod in action. So, be sure to watch it as it will give you an idea of what you can expect from it. For keyboard and mouse users, this appears to be a must-have mod.
Speaking of Elden Ring, there are some other awesome mods you can grab for it. One adds co-op support, while another brings a parry system like Metal Gear Rising Revengeance. Now if you don’t want to use the MGRR Mod, you can try this one that adds Sekiro-like deflection & dodge mechanics. You can also find an unofficial Survival Mode mod. Make also sure to check out Primeval Balance V3 for new character classes with cool moves. And don’t miss the fantastic first-person mod. If you want better graphics, there’s a huge 25GB HD Texture Pack for over 4500 textures. Plus, there’s a mod that makes all light sources cast dynamic shadows, and a DLSS 3 Mod that improves performance.
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