It has been a month since fromSoftwares glossy new ARPG ELDEN RING showed up and blew our collective heads. During this time, we have already seen Speedrunner so far that his over 50 hours of clear time was reduced to less than half an hour, while creative players showed characters that were stylized from anime protagonists to To Kratos God of War. According to the success of PlayStation 5 and Steam Elden Ring, however, some people may have spent more time to optimize their Tarrnished when the Lands Between actually explore. Be warned, spoiler ahead.
According to psnprofile, PS5 players had a rather successful time on the street, but a small percentage - 16.1% to be more accurate - is still struggling to get past Margit, The Fell Oommen. In fact, 10.4% of players did not even make it up to the Roundtable Hold.
Of course, there are a number of reasons for that. Some have just started their journey just, while others have given up the starting areas in favor of adventures in far away. And of course, there are those who have given it up to reduce the Elden Ring completely. The numbers grow if you have steam look for something more than 20% of the players who have not yet reached the main stroke, while 27.1% margit still have to drop.
If you look at the statistics at the other end of the term of Elden Ring, it is clear that Ranni, the Waifu-witch, which makes players destroyably down, since 27% of the players reach the Age of Star's end to PS5. To be fair to them, 26.1% reached the Vanilla End "Elden Lord", while nearly 25% of the players have adopted the chaos and took the way of the "Lord of Frenzied Flame".
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The difference is much more pronounced at Steam, where 13.1% of the players Ranni got married compared to 9.2%, which have decided to climb the throne for themselves. Only 5.7% have seen the credits as Lord of Frenzied Flame.
As fewer Steam players complete Elden Ring, it does not surprise that much more PS5 players have reached all the achievements of the game. While only 3.2% by Steam's Tarrnished they have all collected, impressive 23% of the best of PlayStation has added the platinum trophy of Elden Ring to their collection.
The perhaps the biggest surprise of the data is that Malenia - which is widely considered the most difficult to defels Ring bosses - is not the boss that players at least conquered the player on both platforms (30.8% on PS5, 18.6 % on steam). Both for PlayStation (28.7%) as well as for Steam players (13.6%) goes this award to Dragonlord Placidusax, which hid in Crumbling Farum Azula.
While Placidusax does not completely appear on our Elden Ring Boss order list, Skyrim has taught us that we should probably kill it when it buries and spits fire. From now on, it will be interesting to see how many players can create it with the toughest opponents of the game and have the nose.