Elden Rings was released on February 24th by a Japanese developer FromSoftware who also developed famous games like Dark Souls and Sekiro.
Since its launch, the game has glued itself to Steam’s best-seller list due to the most incredible open-world RPG experience and storytelling.
Elden Rings sold a staggering 12m copies within a month of its release. After a while, their worldwide shipments exceeded 13.4m units. Due to the increased popularity of this game, Elden Rings became the most-watched FromSoftware game on Twitch, with over 200 Million Hrs of watch time. However, that’s not the only record it broke.
Since its launch, it has been on Steam’s best sellers list, which adds up to it being on the list for seventeen consecutive weeks. It has also topped the steam sales charts for the 6th week by being in the top three spots.
Even to this day, its name can be seen in Steam’s best-seller list, where it holds the seventh position. A slight drop appears at its end since it was at the fourth position only a week ago.
The increased hype way before its release added to the sales of this game. Fans were all over the place and wanted the game to be released quickly. The massive launch of Elden Rings remained consistent, unlike other games that only bloom for a few weeks.
Looking at its progress, it is reasonable to say that Elden Rings isn’t planning to go outside the boundaries of Steam’s best-seller list or even Steam’s most-played games list. It appears in the top 20 positions, with over 50,000 players currently active.
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Avinash is currently pursuing a Business degree in Australia. For more than three years, he has been working as a gaming journalist, utilizing his writing skills and love for gaming to report on the latest updates in the industry. Avinash loves to play action games like Devil May Cry and has also been mentioned on highly regarded websites, such as IGN, GamesRadar, GameRant, Dualshockers, CBR, and Gamespot.