With just one image, could you determine exactly where you are in the Lands Between? A new GeoGuessr style game for Ring of Elden will just test this. It has more than 8000 locations in Ring of Elden‘s overworld and is free to play. The game will immerse you in a location in the game, with a streetview-like perspective that you can zoom in and rotate. From this information you will place a pin in the game world map and see how far you are from the location.
“We captured hundreds of thousands of raw images, then stitched them together to create 360-degree panoramas,” commented Redditor TheEldenChild, describing the process of creating the massive GeoGuessr. “We also created a semi-decent satellite map of the world, to allow more accurate guesses (if you zoom in enough you can see animals).”
GeoGuessr style game is hosted on Lostgamer.io, a guessing game host currently in beta. You can play the Ring of Elden GeoGuessr style game with the full world map, or you can limit it to specific regions: Limgrave, Liurnia of the Lakes, Caelid, Altus Plateau or Mountaintops of the Giants.
With hundreds of hours under my belt, I’m still not sure I can confidently place myself in the Lands Between. Of course, some regions are immediately recognizable. Obviously, Caelid is a hot mush full of murderous animals. I’m pretty sure I could figure out I was in that area. But Caelid is also quite large, and unless I spot obvious landmarks – like a giant sleeping dragon that I slay for runes – I don’t think I can tell where I was in this vast area. The game is also so huge that there are still nooks and crannies that I have simply never seen.
And if you’ve exhausted the Ring of Elden GeoGuessr, you can always try the versions for World of Warcraft (also created by TheEldenChild and hosted on Lostgamer) or Genshin Impact.