I’ve been playing Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands specifically to take breaks from Elden Ring. But here I am during lunch today, lootin’ guns and slayin’ bods in Gearbox’s new Borderlands spinoff, and what do I find? An illusory wall. I can’t escape them!
Elden Ring made headlines (surprise) two weeks ago when players discovered the now-infamous “super” illusory wall. As opposed to most of the one-hit fake barriers throughout Elden Ring, this monstrosity requires a whopping 50 strikes before it vanishes. It’s very likely a bug, but it’s a reminder of how many actual illusory walls are strewn throughout the sprawling Lands Between, and several previous games in FromSoftware’s catalog.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, on the other hand,