A new mod for Dark souls 3 pits the final boss of the game’s latest DLC against the final boss of the FromSoftware title DLC Bloodborne. FromSoftware has developed a reputation for defying bosses over the past decade and appears to continue that trend with the next Elden Ring, which fans have been eagerly awaiting for some time following its initial reveal at E3 2019. A more detailed trailer released at Summer Games Fest earlier this year revealed many of the hallmarks that fans have come to expect from the upcoming title. .
Another unique aspect that FromSoftware titles have cultivated over the years is a dedicated modding community that still publishes content for installments from the original. Dark souls. As with other communities, the modifications cover a wide range of changes and additions, including one that brings sports to Dark souls 3. Thanks to the work of the modding community, a fan was recently able to answer a unique question: who is the final boss of the DLC?
YouTuber Garden of Eyes started his channel in late 2020 with the goal of pitting Bloodborne bosses against each other. Since then, however, that goal has expanded to encompass more FromSoftware titles and their latest fighting features. Dark souls 3‘s Slave Knight Gael from “The Ringed City” DLC against BloodborneOrphan of Kos from “The Old Hunters”. The video consists of three fights between the two bosses, with an updated Orphan of Kos version of a mod called “Call of the Abyss”. Each fight takes place in a different boss arena than the one Dark souls 3. Despite a victory in the first round, Orphan of Kos ends up losing to Slave Knight Gael in the next two rounds, culminating in a neck and neck competition in the final.
Boss vs. Boss Battles aren’t the only content posts from FromSoftware to Garden of Eyes. Sometimes fights feature notoriously difficult NPCs or mini-bosses taking on real bosses and each other. The channel also features some unique mods from FromSoftware, like a Bloodborne first person camera mod. It shows how much creativity can be found in the gaming industry, even in the player base of a franchise as brutally difficult as Dark souls.
There is an undeniable appeal in looking Dark souls and Bloodborne bosses savagely beating each other instead of a defenseless player. It comes from a shared struggle that all players of From Software games have had at some point, particularly when they first review these titles. It also helps that the bosses themselves are towering figures and become exciting adversaries when pitted against each other. Elden Ring It will likely add more notable bosses that will not only make seasoned gamers feel right at home, but will also bring a new generation of gamers into the fold who have yet to gain the FromSoftware expertise. Until then though, players can continue to fight back what came before, and if things ever get too tough, watch the likes of Gael and Orphan hit each other for a change.
Source: Garden of Eyes / YouTube