Gollum also makes his appearance in Elden Ring.
Daedalic Entertainment’s Gollum did not like the fans very much.
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We were recently able to “enjoy” the new Lord of the Rings game: Gollum, on this occasion we were faced with a delivery that put us in the shoes of Gollum in order to be able to go through his harsh history. However, this new title was not a success, the gameplay, graphics and character designs are far behind what we expect today. That’s why this recreation of Gollum in Elden Ring is almost better than the original game.
Gollum in Elden Ring? That’s right, at least an attempt, since it is not any kind of mod. As you well know, today games offer us a lot of character customizationnot only change his hair, clothes or put tattoos, but many also allow us to shape the facial features of our protagonist to make him look like what we want, on this occasion, the well-known Hobbit.
This is what Gollum looks like in Elden Ring
Logically there is quite a difference between the movies and what you can see in this Reddit thread; however, it must be said that the player has achieved quite a recognizable recreation with the tools offered by the Elden Ring game. If you are lovers of character creation, you know that it is not an easy task to get our protagonists to have an appearance nailed to what we want to project. So don’t expect a clone.
The culprit behind this creation is the user SulfearicAcid, there is no doubt that he is a person with patience and skills. Since, as we mentioned a few lines ago, It is not easy to shape the characters in video games. You already know that we can modify the shape of the face, eyes, ears, nose… Absolutely everything is within our reach to spend hours and hours making the perfect creation.
In the same Reddit post, many people have compared this creation to the official protagonist of The Lord of the Rings: Gollum. saying that even SulfearicAcid’s character looks better than Daedalic’s, quite a compliment considering that it has only used the Elden Ring character creation engine. Remember that if you are a fan of Middle-earth, Daedalic Entertainment plans to release more games from this popular franchise.
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