The Colosseum structures of The Lands Between are dormant no more, as Elden Ring has finally released its first DLC, featuring an official PvP system for these massive arenas. From the game’s release to months after, many players speculated what purpose the Colosseums of the realms served. Some believed they were PvP arenas that were scrapped as cut content, while others thought these amphitheaters were some decorative lore piece. Now that FromSoftware’s Colosseum Update has been officially released, players can know what lies within these immense stadiums, as well as face other Tarnished opponents in the PvP arenas.
Every Colosseum Location in Elden Ring
The Lands Between feature a total of three Colosseum locations in Elden Ring. The first Colosseum can be found within the starting region of Limgrave, while the hellscape of Caelid holds the second. Finally, the Legacy Dungeon of Leyndell, Royal Capital, features the third and last Colosseum in The Lands Between.
To reach the first Colosseum location in Elden Ring, players must travel to the Site of Grace at the Warmaster’s Shack, a small hut slightly east of Stormhill in Limgrave. After arrival, players must face north to discover a small forest trail leading toward the northern coast of Limgrave. Follow the dirt path to find the first Colosseum. Those who participated in the Volcano Manor questline will recognize this location as the same spot where they faced their first NPC Tarnished encounter with Old Knight Istvan.
The second Colosseum location in Elden Ring can be found in Caelid, but the entryway of the path leading to this stadium is outside its region. In fact, the only way to reach this arena is by traveling into the depths of the Siofra River via the arcane lift in East Limgrave. After arrival, progress to the second level of the subterranean region, pass through the Worshippers’ Woods to the Site of Grace, “Below The Well.” Here, players must spend two Stonesword Keys to activate the lift that accesses Caelid’s Colosseum.
The third Colosseum in Elden Ring is in Leyndell and can be accessed via the West Capital Rampart Site of Grace. Follow the path southward to the branch leading to the Erdtree Sanctuary. However, instead of going up the branch, follow the path below to reach the base of the hill on which the Colosseum was built. Go up the winding stairs to get to the final PvP stadium.
Elden Ring is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.