Out of the entire Elden Ring, 1.2 billion non-boss deaths, and that’s something you’d be ashamed to say
Elden Ring is a very beast game. Not only do we speak in quantity, since The Middle Lands are not exactly small, but because it does not leave a second of respite. Admiring the landscape of the game is a must, but when everything can kill you, the senses are sharpened. For this reason, and since FromSoftware knows that dying is something inherent to its game, it has shared in detail a infographic with the in-game killsand not all are bosses.
Many of us have already completed the game but not before suffering and having an anxiety attack about it. Malenia It is the cause of many of these crises, and Bandai Namco, publisher and distributor of the game, wanted to make it clear. In total, and taking into account more than a year of life of the game, the Sword of Miquella has taken the life of 329 million players.
The imposing warrior is followed by characters such as Margit The Fell Omenfirst boss important of the game, Radagon either radahn. Of course, how could it be otherwise, the first boss as soon as he enters the game world, the Wild Sentinel, takes the cake. This armored horseman has taken the lives of 277 million players, placing as the third in the table, and it is not surprising that a few dozen of my kills are there. In total, there have been 6 billion boss fights since the RPG came out.
But do you want to know what other enemy is greatly feared in the world created by Miyazaki and George RR Martin? The gravity. In another infographic, of the 9 billion player deaths in the game, a 14% of them have been caused by a fall, a misstep, a poorly calculated jump or, simply, an accidental fall. This translates into nothing less than, out of the total, 1.26 billion deaths They have been caused by gravity.
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In fact, it is quite curious to verify that only 2% of deaths, something like 180 million, correspond to invocations. Of course, a 69% of total, that is, no less than 6.21 billion deaths have been caused by an enemywhether boss or not.
It is clear that there is a lot of blood trail in the Elden Ring, but it is worth it. The game became a resounding success and, how could it be otherwise, won the GOTY last December. Of course, this is not the end. The game has unveiled its DLC, “Shadow of the Erdtree”, which many are expecting to be released this year.