How big is the map in Elden Ring? The Lands Between interactive map

Almost a week has passed and we all know that Elden Ring is one of the best games ever. Despite being a Souls game, it's many innovations. One of them is the map designed by FromSoftware as an open world for the first time. It's a great feeling to wander through Lands Between that feel endless. When that's the case, it's impossible not to ask the question: How big is the map in Elden Ring?

You can experience Elden Ring completely freely, although it's a path you'll have to follow to finish the main story. The huge map consists of so many different regions that you'll encounter a new challenge every step of the way. Different monsters, bosses, invisible foes, mountains, rivers, buildings… They're all waiting to satisfy your sense of exploration.

The map of Elden Ring is huge. Although Lands Between is larger compared to the old Souls games, it's fun to explore it, since it's divided into five different regions.

  • Limgrave
  • Caelid
  • Liurnia
  • Altus Plateau
  • Mountaintops of the Giants

You should sacrifice at least 30 hours to explore all these regions. If you consider how difficult the game is, this time can be much longer if you complete the missions. Also, don't think that there are only five regions, they're all very large and divided into different areas.

Elden Ring: The Lands Between Interactive Map

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If you look at the map above, you'll understand what we mean. These five regions are divided into a total of 14 different areas. In almost every one of these areas, there are boss fights that will challenge you.

  • Limgrave West
  • Limgrave East
  • Weeping Peninsula
  • Caelid
  • Dragonbarrow
  • Liurnia East
  • Liurnia North
  • Liurnia West
  • Altus Plateau
  • Mount Gelmir
  • Leyndell Royal Capital
  • Siofra River
  • West Mountaintops of the Giants
  • East Mountaintops of the Giants
Elden Ring - Lands Between Map
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If you've never played a Souls game before, your adventure in Lands Between can be quite a challenge. It's hard to say that Elden Ring is forgiving for new players. But the best thing you can do to get used to the game and the universe is to navigate this huge map and fight your enemies. Unless you're one of the few players who want to set a world record, not dying isn't an option. So relax and enjoy the huge map of Elden Ring.

That's what we do and we prepare Elden Ring guides like this one for you. The in-game map is very entertaining, but if you want a more interactive solution, you can take a look at MapGenie.

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