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Elden Ring Hits 750k Players, 6 Times More Popular Than Dark Souls 3

Elden Ring is currently 6x more popular than Dark Souls 3 on Steam with more than 764,000 concurrent players just hours after its launch.

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As reported by VGC, Elden Ring had nearly six times more concurrent players than Dark Souls 3’s highest ever peak. Obviously, the player numbers will constantly change on Steam, but it’s further indication of the immense popularity of FromSoftware’s latest hit.

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In comparison, Dark Souls 3 achieved a concurrent player peak of 129,975 six years ago. Furthermore, Dark Souls 2 reached a peak of 79,528 and Dark Souls: Remastered reached 24,501 concurrent players.

As of right now, according to SteamDB, there are over 578,000 players venturing the Lands Between. Furthermore, Elden Ring currently has a 24-hour peak of 891,638 players. Additionally, Elden Ring sits at seventh place in terms of the all-time player peak.

We love Elden Ring!

In our review of Elden Ring, we said: “If Dark Souls was the earthquake, Elden Ring is the aftershock. In a sense, it’s more of a love letter to the Soulsborne fanbase, incorporating dramatic fragments of each past game into a single product that is rewarding and fulfilling. While not perfect, I believe that FromSoftware has followed through on the hype surrounding this game and been able to create something truly mesmerising.

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