Elden Ring has had a fantastic launch, reaching far beyond the die-hard fanbase From Software has developed over since the launch of Demon Souls way back in 2009. The game has already sold over 12 million copies worldwide kebun binatang bandung in a matter of weeks. To put that in perspective, Horizon Zero Dawn sold 7.6 million in its first year.
So, if you haven’t got a copy of Elden Ring in your library yet, there’s just one question; why not?If you are still looking for convincing about why Elden Ring might be the next game for you, here are 7 reasons why you should most certainly pick up a copy.
1. Vast Open World
If you know anything about Elden Ring, it will be that it’s essentially Dark Souls in an open world. While this is reducing quite a lot of the game’s nuance (which we’ll get onto in a moment) it does focus on the game’s biggest draw: the open world.
When we say “open world” we really do mean it. Meaning if you’re experiencing the title for the first time you can scour each area at your own pace or, if you’re looking to get a different ending you can bee-line it to key bosses and your ending of choice.
None of it (bar a few isolated dungeons) is off limits from the moment you’re dropped in. Meaning that, just like Breath of the Wild this is a truly open world title.