‘Elden Ring’ Metacritic 97 points storm “more than Dark Souls”

FromSoftware’s new open world action game ‘Elden Ring’ is receiving great reviews ahead of its release day.

The PS5 version of ‘Elden Ring’ is recording a meta score of 97 on Metacritic, a rating site on the 24th. Of the 45 critics who participated in the review, 25 gave it a perfect score, with the lowest score being 90. As a result, ‘Elden Ring’ ranked 18th among all-time games based on Metascore. ‘Elden Ring’ also scored 95 metascores in the Xbox version and PC version, respectively.

Critics agreed that ‘The Elden Ring’ was “From Software’s best work”. “It has most of the components fans of this genre are looking for,” Gamerant said. “It’s more than an open world Dark Souls,” and Atomix praised it as “not only the best game released by FromSoftware, but also one of the best open world games I’ve played in recent years.”

In addition, VG247 said, “All the goals that Elden Ring ultimately set out to achieve have been achieved. It is the result of years of improvement of FromSoftware’s formula,” and GameByte said, “If Dark Souls is an earthquake, Elden Ring is an aftershock.”

‘Elden Ring’ is a fantasy RPG jointly developed and released by From Software and Bandai Namco Entertainment. It is a new work from From Software, famous for ‘Dark Souls’, and it is known that George RR Martin, the author of ‘Game of Thrones’, created the worldview. It will be released on February 25th for PS5, PS4, Xbox series X/S, Xbox One, and PC (Steam).

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