Elden Ring becomes Steam’s most anticipated game, tops wishlist in Dying Light 2

Elden Ring seems to be a hype train that won’t stop, and with less than two months away from its release, it’s now officially the most anticipated game on Steam.

That’s because From Software’s upcoming action RPG is now the most popular game on Steam. That’s reportedly an impressive feat for Elden Ring, as Techland’s highly anticipated sequel to 2015’s Dying Light held the position for 12 months. European players. Steam’s “Popular Wishlist” page is a good indicator of Steam player hype, but unfortunately it doesn’t reveal any specific numbers.

However, adding the game to your wishlist doesn’t automatically translate into a purchase, so if there’s a number, it doesn’t necessarily indicate how much Elden Ring will sell on Steam. Still, it’s a good indicator of the general excitement surrounding the title, and considering that Dying Light 2 took the top spot for a year (after taking it from Cyberpunk 2077), Elden Ring sits well done.

For context, here’s what the top 10 on Steam’s “Top Wishlists” page looks like now:

  • Eldon Ring
  • Dying Light 2 Keep Humans
  • party animals
  • God of War (2018)
  • Hollow Knight: Silk Song
  • the day before
  • Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2
  • Stalker 2: Heart of Chernobyl
  • starry sky
  • Frostpunk 2

As you can see, Elden Ring sits on top of some very exciting releases, such as Starfield, God of War for PC, and the standalone Dear Hollow Knight, the sequel to Hollow Knight: Silk Song. Here’s hoping Elden Ring lives up to all the hype it’s gotten so far.one game informer The editors who previewed the game seem to think so.

For more on Elden Ring, check out some gameplay from today’s New Games section, then watch the latest trailer released for Elden Ring. Then read about the different resolutions and performance priority modes in Elden Ring.

[Source: Eurogamer]

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