The new Elden Ring Colosseum DLC has unlocked the gates to three of the enormous fighting pits scattered across the game, here’s where to find the Colosseums in Elden Ring.
The new Elden Ring Colosseum DLC in patch 1.08 allows players to enter the fighting pits of the Lands Between in order to test their mettle against other players, alone, with spirit companions, or as part of a team. If you’re looking to compete in these bouts, you’ll first need to find the places you’re headed to, so here’s where to go.
Where to find the Colosseums in Elden Ring
There are three Colosseums that host PvP battles with the advent of patch 1.08, one in Leyndell, one in Limgrave, and one in Caelid. Each of these had previously been closed off to players, remaining somewhat of a mystery to those exploring the mysterious world of Elden Ring. Now they’re open for business, with options for duels, free-for-alls, and team battles. The first Colosseum is in Limgrave, the opening area of the map.
The Limgrave Colosseum is found on Limgrave’s northern coastline near the Warmaster’s Shack, near the Divine Tower of Limgrave. This Colosseum offers United Combat, a fight between two teams with respawns where the winner is the team who collects the most kills before time is up. The Limgrave location also offers Combat Ordeal, a timed free-for-all.
The Leyndell Colosseum can be accessed both before and after killing Maliketh on the southern side of the city. This Colosseum contains Duel Mode, a classic 1v1 format with no respawns where the winner is the person who doesn’t die first.
The Caelid Colosseum can be accessed on the furthest northwestern point of Caelid’s coastline. This Colosseum offers every previous game mode, except that spirit ashes are enabled. This means you can try out any of Combat Ordeal, Duel Mode, or United Combat with spirit ashes allowed. That’s where to find all the Colosseums in Elden Ring and what they offer, now get out there and conquer your opponents!