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Elden Ring: How To Use Talisman Pouch

Promotional artwork for Elden Ring showing a player in blue running towards magic.

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Elden Ring looks set to be THE gaming highlight of 2022. There are so many different reasons for that. But for lots of players, the incredible variety of weapons, armour and items is likely to be a standout feature. And the truth is, you can find exciting loot around every corner and after every fight. However, you’ll often find yourself wondering how to use some of the items you acquire. After all, FromSoftware games aren’t known for hand-holding. Item descriptions are deliberately vague, so you’ll after have to figure things out for yourself. Talismans can be equipped in Elden Ring to provide various effects and boosts. The Talisman Pouch provides additional talisman slots so you can equip more of them – but how do you use it? Keep reading to find out how to use Talisman Pouch in Elden Ring

How to use Talisman Pouch in Elden Ring

I don’t know about you, but the first thing I do when I get my hands on a new item is check out what it does. Unlike many items, the Talisman Pouch is pretty self-explanatory. It increases talisman equip slots. But what isn’t immediately obvious is how to use it. When you select it, the option to just ‘use’ it isn’t available.

Screenshot of the Talisman Pouch in the Elden Ring inventory screen.
Talisman Pouch in the Inventory screen.

This is how to use the Talisman Pouch in Elden Ring. It’s automatic – you don’t have to do anything to use it. The Talisman Pouch will simply add an additional slot for talismans in the Equipment screen.

Now you can equip more than one talisman, it’s worth experimenting with different combinations for the best results. Depending on your character’s build, some talismans will be more suitable than others.

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