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Elden Ring players are getting banned over hacked panties

Elden Ring players are getting banned over hacked panties

Following our report that skimpy panties existed in game, we’ve learned Elden Ring players are getting banned over hacked panties – obtaining the forbidden underwear.

The reports that Elden Ring players are getting banned over hacked panties come mostly from the game’s subreddit (1, 2, 3, etc.) where users are greeted by a new message upon acquiring the unholy panties notifying them they’ve been banned for 180 days.

Players are posting on the subreddit that the culprit(s) is a user (or users) affectionately known as the “Pantsu Dealer,” who apparently has been invading other players games and leaving the “Deathbed Smalls” panties in their world.

Unsuspecting players then later pick the panties up because obviously there are no other instances of panties in the game, so curiosity strikes – and then they get hit with the temporary ban.

While Elden Ring players are getting banned over hacked panties via Easy Anti-Cheat (the game’s DRM), the solution usually just requires the suspected software or items to be removed. Now, users are reporting that game support is telling them to completely reinstall the game, as well as abandon their game save.

In case you missed it, you can find our thorough and spoiler-free review and video review for Elden Ring here – we also thought it’s excellent and highly recommended!

New to Elden Ring? Learn how to survive the lands between with our Elden Ring guides

Editor’s note: thumbnail via Gamebrott. Elden Ring is available now across Windows PC (via Steam), PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.

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