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Elden Ring's Lost Colosseum Finally Revealed
Since its release, many players of "Elden Ring" have dove deep to discover what lies beneath the ominous surface of the Lands Between. This is especially true for dataminers, who have scoured the game's code in search of things that cannot be found by conventional means.
Dataminers recently came across a hidden and inaccessible colosseum, which has led the game's community to hypothesize that the arena may be intended for future content. The hidden colosseum has shown to be surprisingly detailed, complete with seating, entryways, fully rendered textures, and even some decor provided by swords lodged in the ground.
The idea of being able to do one's best "Gladiator" impression and battle waves of enemies in an "Elden Ring" colosseum is an intriguing idea on paper. In terms of the game's tone and style of gameplay, such a concept should be able to fit in seamlessly.
Youtubers Sekiro and Lance McDonald explained that the area appeared to be a piece of cut content that was intended to be included in the original base game. However, they maintain that the stage could still be repurposed as future downloadable content, particularly given its level of completion.