Elden Ring: Open World Adventure Reaches Impressive Sales Milestone

Elden Ring: Open World Adventure Reaches Impressive Sales Milestone

Celebrate in just a few days Elden ring Its one-year anniversary and twelve months after its release will not stop the success of From Software’s latest work.

Like the Japanese developer studio in one press release says you now have one new milestone achieved in terms of sales: More than twenty million times Elden Ring went over the counter everywhere in the world, whether physical or digital, whether on the PC, the PlayStation 4 and 5 or the Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S

Elden Ring: Success never ends

Already in March 2022 and just under a month after release, Elden Ring had already sold more than 12 million copies and should not only have far exceeded the expected balance of the developers, but also of the players. In the last eleven months, a further eight million units have been sold.

The new milestone is also celebrated with a look back at the many accolades that Elden Ring has garnered since its release. The adventure in the intermediate country is not surprising emerged as the winner of the Game of the Year awards in December and was able to win in other categories.

Also, an interesting stat showed that Elden Ring not only came out on top at the Game Awards itself, but also by most outlets and player votes for Game of the year 2022 was awarded. With the amount of awards they even set a new record and pushed the previous leader The Last of Us Part 2 off the throne.

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But where is the DLC?

Standing in the face of groundbreaking success a DLC or a sequelactually out of the question, but so far the developer From Software and the publisher Bandai Namco have kept their announcements covered. True, in December a free PvP update that finally makes the coliseums in the game accessible.

Despite some hints, there is no trace of an extensive story DLC with new areas and bosses. It remains to be seen whether we can still expect this in the future. In terms of marketing, From Software should certainly do focus on Armored Core 6: Fires of Rubicon for nowwith which one wants to revive the almost lost mecha series this year.