Player intends to finish ‘Elden Ring’ with a violin as a control

TiavioliGaming, known for its unique skills in gaming universe, is about to embark on an extraordinary challenge: beat ‘Elden Ring’ using a violin as a controller.

The streamer, a veteran of challenging ‘Souls’ series games that are of the souls like type, became notorious on Twitch by completing the three ‘Dark Souls’ using his musical talent.

More challenges ahead

Recently, a clip of TiavioliGaming defeating Godfrey in the TikTok it went viral and caught the attention of the RPG community.

Now, he plans to repeat the feat in ‘Elden Ring’. In a post on the game’s subreddit, the content creator shared details about its peculiar setup.

Using an electric violin, he converts musical frequencies into MIDI numbers, which are then interpreted as commands on the game’s controls. The process, according to him, took years to improve.

The violin’s harmonic frequencies take on the role of traditional buttons such as X and R1, providing a unique and challenging experience.

TiavioliGaming skillfully combines two commands into a single note, leaving the interpretation to the program.

He has fun like an authentic bard on the battlefields of ‘Elden Ring‘. On his YouTube channel, the streamer shared his achievements firsthand:

Despite admitting that he is “way above the level” needed for many parts of the game, the streamer chose to strengthen his character in the Intermediate Lands, before facing the bosses.

Viewers now have to wait anxiously to see if TiavioliGaming will be able to complete ‘Elden Ring’ with his unique technique.

‘Elden Ring’, developed by FromSoftware and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment, continues to win over players around the world, receiving critical acclaim for its gameplay, open-world design and complexity.

With more than 17.5 million copies sold by September 2022, the title has collected awards, including the prestigious Best Game of the Year at the Golden Joystick Award and The Game Awards in 2022.

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