New front runner: Steam users are no longer waiting for a game!

According to both the Steam Database and the official information from Valve Dying Light 2 as most wanted Game replaced on Steam. That title now bears the anticipated anticipation Elden Ring, which on February 25, 2022 for the PC, the Playstation 5 and 4, as well as the Xbox Series X / S will appear.

Placement context

Unfortunately, neither the Steam Database nor the Steam homepage give concrete figures. In other words, it is not publicly available how many accounts Elden Ring or Dying Light 2 have on their wishlist. Nevertheless, the list is interesting as a comparison of titles that will soon appear with one another. For example, the list includes titles such as God of War, Party Animals or The Day before.

About hype and disappointment

The tension over Elden Ring (buy now € 53.99 /50,99 € ) is no secret and finds further confirmation in such statistics.
As the spiritual successor to the Dark Souls series, Elden Ring is supposed to implement an actual open world compared to the previous titles and at the same time achieve the qualitative heights of the Souls games. According to our first impression, the anticipation is currently more than justified, despite the sometimes bizarre discussions on the Internet about horse testicles.

It remains to be seen whether the FromSoftware-Title, the story of which includes George R.R. Martin was written down, which can meet high expectations. After all, a combination of the infamous Souls formula and a coherent open world promises a lot of fun.

However, it wouldn’t be the first time in recent years that a game has had a lot of hype behind it disappointing launch full of problems and criticism would experience. It is therefore to be hoped that Elden Ring will be spared this fate.

Sources: Steam, SteamDB

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