In a word: We’re only weeks away from the highly anticipated release of Elden Ring. If anything illustrates how excited gamers are about the title’s arrival from From Software, it’s Steam’s table of most requested games, which just saw Elden Ring overtake Dying Light 2 to take the premiere. square.
Analytical platform Steam Database reveals that 281,183 people have now placed Elden Ring on their wishlist, using the button on the game’s Steam page. It was only recently that the game directed by Hidetaka Miyazaki rose to number one: Dying Light 2 was the most coveted title of last year.
Elden Ring, which will feature the world-building contributions of Game of Thrones author George RR Martin, has certainly garnered a lot of hype since its announcement. It was originally slated for launch on January 21 but, like so many great games these days, that date has been pushed back to February 25. Bandai Namco said the delay was due to “the depth and strategic freedom of the game” exceeding its original value. expectations.
Dying Light 2: Stay Human, to give it its full name, recently made headlines after developer Techland tweeted that it would take at least 500 hours to complete the game in its entirety, that is, say 100% done. The main missions and all side quests with “a little exploration” will take less than 100 hours, while completing the campaign alone takes 20 hours.
Looking at the rest of the list, the PC version of God of War is at number 4, Hollow Knight: Silksong is at five, and Stalker 2 is at ninth. Starfield, which only uploaded to Steam last month, is tenth – Bethesda’s Skyrim in Space arrives November 11 – while Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2, which still has no firm release date. , is seventh.