Elden Ring Player creates a useful map of each Overworld boss location

Ring of Elden brings FromSoftware’s patented Soulsborne formula to an open-world environment, meaning there are plenty of bosses to find across its sprawling environments. Unlike previous FromSoftware titles where encountering bosses was mostly about following the rails, players may struggle to track down all the bosses this game has to offer. To solve the problem, a Ring of Elden The player has created a helpful map of every boss location in the world.


The soulslike genre is legendary for its difficulty, which means players can easily come across basic enemies. Boss fights tend to be incredibly grueling challenges that require players to master every element of the games combat systems. However, mastering the combat system won’t help if players are unable to even locate some of the Ring of Eldennon-dungeon bosses.

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Redditor fdsfgs71 created a chart that looks like a large clean map of Ring of Eldende, The Lands Between, with colored dots representing the location of each non-dungeon overworld boss. Apparently, they were inspired to create the map by their own frustration with existing maps of the many bosses in the game world. The legend that helps players identify the meaning of each dot can be found in the comments below the main post.

According to legend, fdsfgs71 divided the bosses of the world into several smaller categories and marked each with a distinct combination of color and shape. Bosses that appear all day are represented by squares while bosses that only appear at night are represented by triangles. More specific qualities are marked with a color: mounted bosses are green, flying bosses are light blue, and humanoid or giant type bosses are orange. However, that’s not the end of the list of things fdsfgs71 has added to their map.

Also shown are the locations of Evergaols, NPC Invasions, Ruins, and Tibia Mariners that drop Deathroots. These locations are marked in purple, red, orange and yellow respectively. The choice to differentiate each boss by color and shape makes it fairly easy to hover over the map and spot the color you’re looking for, especially since the background of the map has a rather faded color palette. However, individual points are not labeled on the map or in the legend. In other words, players can use this map as a reference to make sure they know where every boss in the world is, but not necessarily to tell which boss is where.

Ring of Elden is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

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