Elon Musk temporarily forgets $44 billion deal collapse as Elden Ring returns on Twitter

Getting the title of “the richest man in the world” is not an easy task for anyone, and Elon Musk has shown his ability to own the title. Elon is one of the most famous entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs in the world. Furthermore, he is the co-founder and CEO of Tesla; Elon started amassing wealth after the PayPal deal and established his own dominance in the community.

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Apart from his amazing achievements and business skills, Elon is also fond of video games. He has opened up about his love and passion for video games many times. Currently, the world’s richest man is indulging in the focus on Elden Ring and returning to post about his progress in the game.

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Elon Musk and his love for Elden Ring

Elden Ring is a 2022 RPG developed by FromSoftware. Furthermore, Hidetaka Miyazaki, famous for his work on Dark Souls, directed the game.

Due to the amazing open world mechanics and graphics, Elden Ring has become the talk of the town in the community. Not to mention that many players and celebrities enjoy investing their time in the game to make decent progress. Since Elden Ring has successfully taken over the entire gaming community, there is no way Elon will not be able to associate himself with the game.

Since its launch, Elon has been posting information about his progress in the game on Twitter. Surprisingly, Tesla CEO Elon Musk canceled his $44 billion Twitter purchase and came back from a long hiatus when he tweeted about Elden Rings. In a recent tweet, Elon showcased his in-game character and made fans realize that he’s still in the most popular RPG.

In fact, many fans were shocked after watching the businessman return to the title. Several Elden Ring users joined the conversation and discussed their likes and dislikes about the title. While some fans are still fat on the businessman’s decision

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$225 billion Elon Musk man prefers video game stories to book novels

In a recent tweet, Elon opened up about his love and hobbies for reading books. Of course, even many die-hard fans of Elon were not aware that he had such a secret hobby. In a recent tweet, Elon discussed his thoughts on fantasy books and opened up that he’s referring to video game stories over fantasy books.

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Of course, Elon’s opinion harmed many of the veterans and book-lovers that Tesla provoked. To learn more about the community’s reaction to Elo’s advice, click here.

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