With the release of the recent update for Elden Ring, files that hint towards a potential DLC for the game have been uncovered by enterprising players datamining the new files.
Dark Souls hacker Zullie took to Twitter to reveal their findings, which include IDs for currently-unknown maps. IDs are titled in a particular way; m30 maps, for instance, are side dungeons, while m60 is the overworld.
Zullie’s findings include m20—the ID of which implies that it is a new Legacy Dungeon, which are levels like Stormveil Castle or the Siofra River—and m45, which doesn’t have an equivalent in the game because the IDs don’t go that far.
Speculation pegs m45 as being the ID for a new overworld that might be included in Elden Ring‘s potential DLC.
Another member of the community, Sennoutantei, has uncovered a series of strings that imply, among other things, the addition of ray tracing support in Elden Ring.
For details of all the official changes that have come to Elden Ring with the recent 1.07 update, check out our coverage of the patch.
The IDs are m20 and m45. Notably, IDs can imply what kind of area a map is. m30 maps are side dungeons, m60 is the overworld, and the "main" areas are currently m10 through m19, which means m20 could be a Legacy Dungeon. m45 is interesting because there are no maps in that range. https://t.co/uaN2nXC4eD pic.twitter.com/Wdv2ybW9BA
— Zullie (@ZullieTheWitch) October 13, 2022
Raytracing strings are now in the game files, so RT support is definitely worked on & coming. pic.twitter.com/M3qnmYiBbU
— ivi (@sennoutantei) October 13, 2022