Elden Ring – FromSoftware’s latest ‘bloody hell that’s hard’ machination – has recently conducted a Closed Network Test, giving those lucky few selected to take gettheir first real taste of the game’s beautiful open world. It’s also given them their first beatings by the array of Elden Ring bosses which populate it.
From the vast expanse of Limgrave to the murky region of Stormhill, Elden Ring is crawling with all sorts of nasty creatures, including giant rats, skeletons, and bulbous poison-spewing plants. And while they’re nasty enough as it is, it’s battling the Elden Ring bosses where players will earn their stripes.
So far, despite only having access to a few zones, we have already encountered a whole host of big beasties – yes we absolutely ran from the dragon the first time it dropped in on us. But what are the Elden Ring bosses called, and where can you hope to find them? Luckily for you, we have the answers.
Here are the Elden Ring bosses from what we’ve seen so far, including their locations.
Elden Ring bosses
Here are the 13 Elden Ring bosses we found in the technical test and their locations:
- Beastman of Farum Azula (Groveside Cave, Limgrave)
- Bloodhound Knight Darriwil (Forlon Hound Evergaol, Stormhill)
- Burial Tree Watchdog (Stormfoot Catacombs, Limgrave)
- Demi-Human Chief (Dissenter’s Cave, Limgrave)
- Flying Dragon Agheel (Dragon-Burnt Ruins, Limgrave)
- Grave Warden (Murkwater Catacombs, Limgrave)
- Lion Guardian (Stormveil Castle, Stormhill)
- Many Armed Key Master (Stormveil Castle, Stormhill)
- Margit the Fell Omen (Stormveil Castle Entrance, Stormhill)
- Pumpkin Head (Post Town Remains, Limgrave)
- Soldier of Godrick (Fringefolk Hero’s Grave, Limgrave)
- Stonedigger Troll (Limgrave Tunnels, Limgrave)
- Tree Sentinel (Limgrave Road, Limgrave)
And there you have it, a full list of Elden Ring bosses and where to find them – keep an eye out for our upcoming guides for a selection of the bosses listed above. In the meantime, why not find out how to get from boss to boss by unlocking the Elden Ring Horse Torrent – trust us, you’ll need it.