If to find a game with the most challenges and creativity in the past year, surely, Elden Ring will be the name that many people pay attention to. While waiting for new content updates, gamers of this game have unleashed their creativity, found the most difficult ways to break the island, and made it difficult for themselves as a way to continue to stick with the game even though Experience the full range of features thoroughly. Even while the new version has been released, these challenges still do not stop.
Play Elden Ring with the steering wheel and upside down screen – the latest creative challenge for gamers
Typically the case of the recent streamer Zestypineapples737. In an effort to create new content and attract viewers, Zestypineapples737 decided to conquer The Lands Between in Elden Ring by getting rid of the mouse and keyboard and using its own steering wheel. This journey has lasted for 4 months and brought a large amount of interaction to the YouTuber’s channel. In the beginning, things were quite difficult when it was really difficult to control the character, even with basic moves, let alone dodge attacks from the boss. However, after a period of practice and familiarization, everything with Zestypineapples737 has become simpler.
Close-up of the YouTuber’s performance
He even challenged himself more when playing with an upside down screen. This also caused a certain discomfort to not only Zestypineapples737 but also the viewers on the channel. And surely, the vestibule of Zestypineapples737 must also be very good to be able to play continuously every day for the past 4 months. But must also give a praise to the guy, when after 120 days of continuous plowing, he finally reached the final battle with Malenia.
This style of play is extremely dizzying for both players and viewers
In fact, challenging yourself in Elden Ring is no longer a new story. Before Zestypineapples737, there were many gamers who used EEG, playing Elden Ring with bananas, drums or other instruments. However, in order to do like Zestypineapples737, perhaps we should prepare enough tolerance for dizziness.