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How To Sprint In Elden Ring

Learning how to move around and dodge is vital for your survival in Elden Ring. This guide on How To Sprint In Elden Ring will tell you how you can make your character run faster as those not familiar with previous From Software games may struggle with the controls, at least initially.

Sprinting can be a little tricky to find as it’s bound to the same button as dodging or stepping back. O on PlayStation or B on Xbox. If you press this button while you’re moving, your character will dodge. This is vital for avoiding enemy attacks and is also a quick way to break barrels, urns, and crates you find while exploring. If you press the O/B button while standing still, your character will do a quick jump backwards. You need to hold O or B while you are moving in order to Sprint.

How To Sprint In Elden Ring

So if you want to Sprint, first begin by moving your character. As your character is moving, hold the O or B button on PlayStation or Xbox respectively. On PC, it will just be whatever button you use to dodge.

If you ask Kale about the Howl in the Mistwood then he will give you an emote and say use it. Check out this guide to find out where to use finger snap on the Wolf in Elden Ring. This way you aren't looking all over the place and dying to bears.
Equipping a weapon with both hands in Elden Ring is a little more tricky than it should be. Check out this guide to find out how to use a weapon with two hands in Elden Ring. This way you can hit harder and kill your enemies faster.
During your playthrough of Elden Ring you might come across a man talking about the Blade of Morne. Check out this guide to find out where to find the Blade of Morne in Elden Ring. This way you can complete that quest and keep going on another.
Right at the start of Elden Ring there is a blocked door. This guide on How To Get Into Blocked Door At Start Of Elden Ring tells you all of the different methods we've tried of opening the Blocked Door because, at least so far, there doesn't appear to be a way to get inside.

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