The Colosseum is an area that allows you to satisfy your craving for good old-fashioned player duels in Elden Ring. Unlike the normal PVP feature, this puts you on more even grounds against other players without having to worry about stuff like terrain or being invaded while you’re fighting monsters. This guide will teach you how to get in the Colosseums in Elden Ring.
How to enter the Colosseum in Elden Ring?
You can get in the Colosseum by walking up the entrance and pushing the gates open. Then head inside and interact with the giant Statue of Marika to setup queue for a match. This will also add a Maria Effigy for that specific Colosseum for quick access on the Roundtable Hold so you can quickly use its features without having to go there.
There are multiple Colosseums in Elden Ring. Each are located differently on the map and offer different modes of PVP. So if you’re looking for a specific PVP mode, you’ll first have to interact with that specific Colosseum in order to access it from the Roundtable Hold.
Where is the Colosseum located in Elden Ring?
If you want to find where each of the Colosseum in Elden Ring is located, you can check out our complete Elden Ring Colosseum Locations guide which is a big help in finding each of them.
How many Colosseums are in Elden Ring?
There are a total of three Colosseums strewn across The Lands Between, each with its own unique set of PVP modes as of this writing:
Leyndell Royal Colosseum
What is the point of the Colosseum in Elden Ring?
Colosseums are one of the latest updates that have been added to Elden Ring. They are arenas in which players can compete in a variety of different PVP modes that may involve duels or free-for-all brawls.
Elden Ring will try its best to ensure you’re paired up against players who are similar to you in terms of strength. This is to ensure you don’t accidentally get matched up with players who are at a much higher level than you.
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