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This Elden Ring fan created an iOS app to help players track quests – Eurogamer.net

“I wrote my very first app to solve what I think is a big accessibility barrier.”

An Elden Ring fan has released an iOS app to help players track their quests.

Shattered Ring – created by Dachary Carey – is currently selling on the App Store for £2.49. And while some Tarnished may insist that they’d rather play the game as From Software’s intended developer without an in-game quest tracker, it’s currently ranked #1 on the store in the “entertainment” category. which suggests that many players use of it.

“Shattered Ring is the to-do tracker you didn’t know you needed for Elden Ring,” the description on the app reads. website. “The Shattered Ring iOS app is an RPG tracker to help you track the ratings and status of important NPCs, locations, and quests.

“Stop flipping through bulky notebooks or completely losing your notes while trying to track your roleplaying progress. Easily save and search for non-player characters, game world locations, and quests in your RPGs favourites,” he adds. .

“Track NPC locations and quests, filter complete or incomplete quests and locations, and view at-a-glance stats for your games. Indispensable companion for massive RPG video games like Elden Ring, or your Dungeons campaign and favorite Dragons.”

The app even allows gamers to track multiple playthroughs or other RPG games.

“I’m not an iOS developer by trade,” Carey told our friends at VGC. “I write documentation for a living.

“But I wanted to enjoy this game so badly that I wrote my very first app to solve what I think is a big accessibility barrier for a ton of more casual gamers like me.”

Already, the Elden Ring speedrun records are broken. No sooner had someone finished the match in 59 minutes 38 seconds than another player clocked an even faster time on their first attempt: 49 minutes and 29 seconds.

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