Elden Ring 1.03.2 patch notes fix Nepheli's quest and invaders' evil tricks

The March 23 update for Elden Ring fixes several problems from the previous patch - read the full 1.03.2 patch notes here.

Elden Ring’s second update since release has arrived hot on the heels of the last. While the previous patch added new content and an extra NPC, the Elden Ring 1.03.2 patch notes for March 23 confirm that the majority of changes this time are simple bug fixes. FromSoftware has been quick to rectify a few issues currently plaguing the Tarnished of the Lands Between.

It’s a small update aimed at fixing problems introduced in the last patch, but there are some valuable fixes in there. A pesky problem that prevented NPC Nepheli Loux from progressing her storyline has been rectified, as has the bug that allowed malicious invaders to teleport others to inescapable areas of the map. Brief as they are, we’ve included the full Elden Ring 1.03.2 patch notes below for you to scan through.

Elden Ring 1.03.2 patch notes - March 23 update

elden ring 1.03.2 patch notes march 23 update
 
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Notice of Update Distribution

  • We are distributing this new update to fix several bugs in patch 1.03
  • We apologize for the inconvenience, but please apply the latest update before you enjoy the game. 

Major items included in the latest update

  • Fixed a bug that sometime prevented players from advancing NPC Nepheli Loux’s questline
  • Fixed a bug that causes the playable character to die when trying to descend from a spot near Bestial Sanctum
  • Fixed a bug that prevented Ash of War, Endure from taking effect
  • Fixed a bug in multiplayer that allowed players to teleport others to incorrect map coordinates

That’s everything included in the March 23 Elden Ring 1.03.2 patch notes. It’s a small update, but the fixes for the invader teleporting bug and broken Nepheli quest lines were much needed so it’s great to see them arrive so swiftly. Now if only developer FromSoftware could do something about the blue menace attacking people with a spin-to-win strategy…

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