Post Malone Says He Can’t Play Elden Ring With Music

In the months following its launch, Ring of Elden managed to captivate many members of the gaming community. From its expansive and detailed landscapes, to its intense combat mechanics, to its brutally challenging boss fights, Ring of Elden has a lot to offer in terms of challenges and difficulties. However, award-winning musician Post Malone recently explained why he can’t play the game without experiencing an integral part of Ring Elden.

It’s no secret that Post Malone is a big fan of video games, with the Pokémon Company even hosting a virtual Post Malone concert for Pokémon Day in February 2021. While the rapper has enjoyed a wide variety of different titles, with Post Malone quoting games Like Skyrim and Guitar Hero in particular, he recently resumed Ring of Elden. Unfortunately, he claims that he cannot play the game while listening to music.


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If fans listen to a recent Hot Ones interview with Post Malone, they can hear him explain why he can’t perform Ring of Elden with the music despite the love of the game. According to Post Malone, the music adds an extra degree of intensity to an already difficult situation, to the point that he even said that after a fight he should go out and smoke to decompress .

Post Malone also said that the chant sounded like something like “demon choirs” meant to absolutely destroy the player. In truth, Post Malone is not half wrong when it comes to the meaning and intensity of some of the music from Ring of Elden. For example, the music sung by the Godskin Apostles translated from Latin to English is absolutely horrifying.

Not to mention that when it comes to music in FromSoftware games, each game’s soundtracks feature some of the biggest and scariest songs in any game. In the original version dark soulsDark Sun Gwyndolin’s music is heard, and it is one of the scariest and most haunting musical tracks, not only in dark souls, but any video game ever made. So, it makes sense that the daunting nature of FromSoftware’s previous scores carries over to Ring of Elden.

Anyway, it’s interesting to hear Post Malone’s take on Ring of Eldenespecially when it comes to the game’s music. It’s a reminder that video games are individual experiences, and each player has the potential to take away something different while playing the same game. In fact, there have been many times when music has truly transformed video games and the gamers who experience them.

Ring of Elden is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X.

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