Elden Ring has become a sensation in the RPG world, with fans and critics appreciating its never-ending open world. Both the developer FromSoftware and publisher Bandai Namco have seen new highs of success due to the release of Elden Ring this year. Elden Ring topped the Steam sales charts for six weeks after its release.

And shortly after the game’s release Bandai Namco reported a 34% increase in revenue. As for the recent financial reports, Kadokawa, FromSoftware’s parent company, has reported an 1100% increase in revenue. Bandai Namco also revealed that Elden Ring has sold over 17.5 million copies worldwide since September 2022.

Besides the commercial success, the RPG has also been praised critically and won The Japan Game Award 2022. Other than that, we reported previously that Elden Ring has also been nominated for the Golden Joystick Awards with God of War Ragnarök and Horizon Forbidden West. It will be exciting for Elden Ring fans to read that Elden Ring has won the Ultimate Game Of The Year Award at the Golden Joysticks Awards.

Elden Ring | Golden Joystick Awards

While God of War, Ragnarök was second to it, and Horizon Forbidden West the third position. Interestingly all three of these games are also nominated for The Game Awards 2022, and fans are anticipating a close competition between Elden Ring and God of War Ragnarök. Only time can tell which game has pleased the fans the most.

Elden Ring has seen a well-deserved success, and the devs are still determined to keep the experience fresh for the fans as it was rumored recently after a data mine that Elden Ring might include 30 new bosses in its new patch, while PVP arenas being added to the game was also heavily rumored.

Undoubtedly, the game’s distinct open-world and soul-like gameplay have made Elden Ring a considerable success, and it looks like it will not stop any time soon. So, what are your thoughts about this? What is your prediction regarding The Game Awards 2022? Let us know in the comment section below.

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