That's a big tree!

Specialist Says The Erdtree In Elden Ring Is Taller Than The Alps

Just how big is the Erdtree in Elden Ring? Well, a scientist has claimed that the Erdtree is bigger than the Alps. Yikes!

As reported by PC Gamer, YouTuber and FromSoftware specialist Zullie the Witch decided to do the maths to find out just how big the Erdtree really is. Anyone who has played Elden Ring would have noticed the massive glowing tree in the distance.

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No matter where you are in the game, well other than being underground, the Erdtree in Elden Ring is practically unmissable. It quite literally towers over everything!

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At the base, we could measure from where it meets the ground,” explained Zullie. “Looking at the top of the tree, the trunk also abruptly cuts off at the peak of the tree, but it’s naturally crowned by many branches that extend farther up.

How does the Erdtree measure up?

According to Zullie the Witch, including roots, the Erdtree is 16,562 ft tall (5,048 metres). This is compared to the Alps which is 15,773 ft (4,808 metres). However, if you exclude the roots, the Erdtree is 14,606 ft/4,452 metres.

So, there you have it, as we all knew, the Erdtree is massive! Though it’s a good job it’s not real. Could you imagine all the creatures of the Lands Between fighting to mark that territory?!

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