Dark Souls 3: The Ringed City Guide To Useful Glitches And Exploits

Exploits and glitches have always been a thing in gaming - sometimes they are useful other times, just pervasive nuisance. Some have surfaced in Dark Souls 3 when The Ringed City DLC went live. Here is a guide on the current glitches and exploits in Dark Souls 3: The Ringed City so that players may have the chance to try them out before they get patched.

Glitches And Exploits In Dark Souls 3: The Ringed City

Although these glitches and exploits may give users unfair advantages, it is fun to feel invincible once in a while. The first exploit is the "infinite stunlock combo" by YouTuber Prod. This exploit lets the L2 be spammed continuously rendering players unable to move once they are caught.

Anyone will be able to do an infinite stunlock combo that lets the player do an infinite loop of stun attacks. They are fast and don't have any delay that's why they're annoying but effective in Dark Souls 3: The Ringed City. Players who use it though do understand that it needs to be patched quickly.

The second glitch involves the use of the Greatbow and its punch-through effect. The Greatbow's arrow can pass through any accessible objects as told by YouTuber Fabre like doors, bridge etc. The best use of the Greatbow though is using it through the Fogwall to reach even the hardest bosses in Darks Souls 3: The Ringed City without having the need to initiate conflict.

Pyromancer Exploit In Dark Souls 3: The Ringed City

The last one is dubbed the "H.A.T. Tech" and this is a glitch that Pyromancers or Sorcerers can use in Dark Souls 3 The Ringed City. They called it H.A.T. because it stands for "Hyper Armor Transfer." This is an ability that lets anyone swap Hyper Armor from talisman into any Sorcery or Pyromancy spells. This means anyone will be able to have Hyper Armor in their Sorcery or Pyromancy for as long as the spell lasts. This exploit can be used in a number of ways as seen in the video below.

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