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All Elden Ring Colosseum Locations (PVP Modes) – How To Get There

Excited about the new PVP modes, Tarnished? Check out our location guide on how to get into all the Colosseums in Elden Ring.

With the most recent Colosseum update, all Elden Ring players are hyped to check out the new PVP mode(s). Currently, there are three Colosseums placed in different locations across the Lands Between. Its gates would be open for all the players once the update is out. But till then, several players are wondering about its locations. Not to worry, check out our location guide on how to get into the Colosseum in Elden Ring.


How to Get into Colosseum in Elden Ring (All Locations)

As mentioned earlier, there are three Colosseums placed in different locations throughout the Lands Between. While initially, these locations were inaccessible, the most recent update will allow players to get inside. But for that, you need to download the free Colosseum DLC expansion.

Here are all the Colosseum locations in Elden Ring:

  • Limgrave Colosseum
  • Caelid Colosseum
  • Leyndall, the Royal Capital Colosseum

So, let’s delve into how to get to these locations in more detail:


Limgrave Colosseum Location

  • To get to the Limgrave Colosseum location, head over to the Warmaster’s Shack in Stormhill.
  • As you reach the Warmaster’s Shack, head north until you find a large Colosseum. This is perhaps the easiest Colosseum to reach.
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Caelid Colosseum Location

  • This Colosseum is located to the extreme north of the Caelid region.
  • For that, you can teleport to the Deep Siofra Well Site of the Grace in East Limgrave.
  • As you reach there, follow the path in the north direction of the Canyon.

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  • You will notice an enormous Archer Golem as you proceed through the Coast.
  • Once you reach the Coast, you will see the Great Jar NPC sitting right in front of the Caelid Colosseum.

Leyndall, the Royal Capital Colosseum Location

  • Now, this is the Colosseum location that might be the longest to reach.
  • You need to travel to Leyndell, the Capital of Ash to get to this location. Then, simply head in the southwest direction to see the Colosseum.

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  • Alternatively, you can also teleport to the East Capital Rampart Site of the Grace. You will see the Colosseum right in front of the East Capital Rampart shrine.
  • Then, you can simply walk past the gates of the Colosseum to play the PvP mode.
  • But make note that the Colosseum’s route may slightly vary on end-game choices and if you have defeated Malekith or not.

Lastly, you won’t find any difficulties reaching any of the locations in Elden Ring. After the Colosseum update is live, you can get inside any of the Colosseums. Nevertheless, make sure to check out our Best Bleed Build guide to increase the Bleed damage.

That’s everything covered about all the Elden Ring Colosseum locations and how to get into them. If you liked this guide, check out our more guides on what are Rebirth Monuments, the best endgame weapons, how to unlock all doors in the Redmane Castle, and more Elden Ring Guides on our dedicated section right here on Gamer Tweak.