If you travel in Elden Ring through the Lands Between, you need to mappate the areas to understand where you need to go, and to identify landmarks that you can explore next. Until you find card fragments of the corresponding regions, however, they are confronted either with a fog of the war or an unknown area, which shows only roads and a critical symbol maybe missed. This can be crucial for your travels and save you a lot of headaches early when you either use our guides to find the fragments, or make yourself on the way to find them. Continue reading for our updates where you can see Arrange the locations of the fragments and the symbols to find them in Elden Ring!
PSA: The locations of Elden Ring card fragments are marked with a symbol on the map
If you are in a unknown area, the areas are displayed nearby as taupe or gray brown, but the posts with card fragments can be discovered here marked by the post symbols shown below. If you show your own card, you should zoom in as the symbol is quite small. Once you have reached this item, take the fragment and your card opens for the region with vibrant details and colors.
This will help you to save a lot of time when exploring, and allows you to explore territories, self areas that are more dangerous, such as Caelid or DragonBarrow. While she had to ware a little into the unknown so that the fog is lit on the card and seeing it, it is undoubtedly a blessing for her playing through and will help you to see how big the Lands are Between.
Thus, our update is completed Arrange the locations of the fragments and the symbols to find them in Elden Ring! If you just play Elden Ring, we have card fragments for all sorts of regions, including Limgrave, Liurnia and more. Take a look at our other guides and prepare for adventure in the Lands Between. Elden Ring is now available for PC, Playstation 4 and 5, Xbox One and Series X | S.
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