Sunday Question: Which Soulsborne game is the best? [Ergebnis] – News
There are many Souls games, but if you could only choose one and all others would be erased from this reality afterwards, which would it be?
update with the result:
The largest single share of votes goes to “I don’t like games like this” with 37 percent of the votes, but that shouldn’t detract from the reverse conclusion: Despite the demands of the Souls titles on the players, almost two-thirds (about 63 percent) of the Survey participants made touches with Soulsborne games. And this encounter with the game principle went in such a way that they chose a favorite.
The winner is clear Elden ring (in the test, grade 8.5). The youngest open-world offshoot of the genre from FromSoftware was able to unite over a quarter of the total votes (27 percent). In second place comes despite its platform exclusivity Bloodborne with 11 percent of the votes and the last place on the podium goes to Dark Souls (in the Redi Rumble: Bloodborne vs Dark Souls).
|I don’t like games of this type||37%|
|Dark Souls 3||4%|
|Demon’s Souls (Original or Remake)||4%|
|Dark Souls 2||3%|
|A Souls-like from another studio||3%|
Almost three months have passed since the release of Elden Ring. Many deaths, a few quest-completing patches and 13.4 million copies sold later, it’s time for all Souls fans to ask the question: Which Soulsborne title is the crème de la crème? Tell us by voting in the poll below. Feel free to justify your favorites in the comments or leave helpful discussion impulses like “I know soul, but what kind of music genre is Soulsborne please?” and “FromSoftware stinks!”.
Today’s Sunday question was a suggestion from the community, more precisely from the user Vampiro. You have until Monday at 09:00 to cast your vote – if you change your mind, you can still log in another answer until then. We will then close the survey and present you with the resulting opinion a little later in the form of a news update. Like Vampiro, do you have your own ideas for a Sunday question? Then send a PM to Hagen. You can also post suggestions in the comments, which improves discoverability enormously if the word “suggestion” also appears in the comment.