The most anticipated game on Steam, the one that ranks at the top of wishlists, is none other than the RPG imagined by George RR Martin.
On Steam, Valve regularly updates the list of games most anticipated by PC gamers. To concoct its ranking, the firm is based on the wishlists of its users which contain AAA titles such as particularly promising indie games. At the top of this list, there is already a big name in the video game, even though it has not yet been released. This is Elden Ring, most likely the RPG of the year 2022.
As a reminder, Elden Ring is an RPG jointly imagined by George RR Martin, the author of the literary saga Game of Thrones, and Hidetaka Miyazaki at the origin of the games Bloodborne, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Dark Souls. It is also branded as a spin-off from the Dark Souls saga. For the moment, little information is available on the narration of the game which promises to be very epic.
In this title you must ” go in search of the powerful and mysterious Circle of Elden. Meet adversaries with a rich history, characters who can become your allies as your enemies, and formidable creatures ”In the universe of Entre-Terre.
Dying Light 2 se place en seconde position
He therefore managed to overtake another highly anticipated game, Dying Light 2. This comes at a particular time since the studios announced recently that the playing time amounted to almost 500 hours ! What to scare away a large part of the players, as demonstrated by this reversal of the situation. Did the developers manage to scare fans of the license?
If we do not have the answer to this question for the moment, Elden Ring is definitely marked in the hearts of the players, so we hope that they will not be disappointed. It is also part of our ranking of games that we expect the most in the editorial staff. The title is expected for the Next february 25 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X / S. It is already available for pre-order on the platforms mentioned above. In the meantime, its release, here is 15 minutes of gameplay, shared a few weeks ago.