Elden Ring Player Tricked by Fake Invisible Bridge

An Elden Ring player gets tricked into thinking that an invisible bridge connects to the other side of the level by a peculiar bloodstain.

One of the unique things about Elden Ring and it’s massive open world is how it allows players to interact with each other. Users leave messages on the ground that often point towards a useful item or the next Site of Grace, but many players also use this feature to troll people. Bloodstains in Elden Ring show how other players died, which may give clues regarding a trap or a hidden enemy.

These two features also come in handy during exploration. There are two invisible bridges in Elden Ring, one is located in the Mountaintops of the Giants, and the second one is found in the Hidden Path to the Haligtree. The easiest way to spot them is to look for messages or bloodstains floating in the air and try to follow the exact path. While this feature is only available when playing online, it’s also possible to find invisible bridges by using Rainbow Stones. However, one player got tricked into thinking there was another invisible bridge in Elden Ring.


A user named rskpiano is exploring the Volcano Manor legacy dungeon, an area filled with lava, forcing players to tread carefully while moving around. They soon see a massive gap leading to a fog gate and touch a bloodstain to perhaps find a way across. The other player rolls off the ledge but doesn’t fall off, making it seem like there is an invisible bridge that connects the platforms. Rskpiano decides to follow them, instantly falling to their death.

The bridge in question is a shortcut to the boss fight against Godskin Noble and requires payers to explore the level and raise it from the other side. The other player had probably already raised the bridge, but from rskpiano’s perspective, it did seem like an invisible bridge connected the areas. Luckily, there is a Site of Grace right behind them, so they didn’t lose any progress.

It’s hilarious how confident rskpiano appeared when making the jump. As pointed out by other users, they had the utmost faith that an invisible bridge would save them from the fall. Some users believe that the other player intentionally produced this Elden Ring bloodstain by first rolling onto the bridge and then jumping off. This way, they successfully tricked another player into thinking they didn’t need to raise it from the other side. Though, it was probably worth a shot for the Redditor, considering a Site of Lost Grace was nearby.

Elden Ring is out now for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.

Source: Gamerant

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