What are Sites of Grace in Elden Ring, and how to use them, explained

Checkpoints in the Lands Between!

In the picturesque world of Elden Ring players have to travel across the vast map to discover all the locations during their expedition. Set in the Lands Between, traveling from one place to another can be difficult without rest spots and quicksave checkpoints. 

Site Of Grace acts as a resting place for players and is a checkpoint in Elden Ring. Much like the Bonfires from Dark Souls, these unique locations are identified by a small golden light, allowing players to save their progress so far. To interact with a Site Of Grace, simply walk up to it and press the Triangle button for PlayStation and the Y button for Xbox controllers.

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Resting at various Site Of Grace will allow players to move time forward, equip magic, make changes to the Flask, restore health, and level up quickly with the Runes collected during their journey. Resting at any of the Sites of Grace will automatically restore the Sacred Flasks.

Players can access the Menu Options at any of the Sites Of Grace. Visit the Mix Wondrous Physicks to combine different Crystal Tears to create custom effects. Enemies around the area will respawn every time players rest at a Site Of Grace. Exploring the map will give players a chance to find more of these checkpoints all around the Lands Between. 

Wondering how long will the story take in Elden Ring? Check out It’ll take around 30 hours to complete Elden Ring’s main story on Pro Game Guides.

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