Although Elden Ring is generally considered to be relatively accessible compared to previous from software games , Souls newcomers quickly reach a special hurdle: the roleplay gives us no way to pursue their own quests. If you want to keep an eye on your own progress, you have to make your own notes - or grab yourself to a new app called Shattered Ring. The problem is quite a bit defused by Elden Ring Update 1.0.3, because after all, you can now mark the quoter on the map **.
Note app for Elden Ring replaces the questlog
Elden Ring Fan Dacheyary Carey did not want to sit on it that a missing questlog for many players can be a real annoyance. According to EuroGamer, Carey therefore developed its own app for Apple's iOS, with which your NPCs and Quests from Elden Ring (Buy Now) can track. To avoid spoilers, there are no data in the app if you start them for the first time. Instead, you can note your own notes on quests, NPCs and places from the game in the app and tinker to your own questlog. Carey writes to explain the app on his website:
"I wanted to have an iPhone app that allows me to easily get NPCs, places and quests. I could not find any in the App Store, so I have a written one, designed in the style of the Task Tracker App. "
In addition to a version of the app for Android, however, the developer is already working on a complete list of NPCs and quests that users can then tick. In addition, he wants to deliver the opportunity to add photos or screenshots or screenshots for NPCs, places and quests and to track bosses. First, Carey promises a solution for individual stability problems of the app. Incidentally, the current version of Shattered Ring also works for other role plays as a notebook and currently costs 2.99 euros.
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