Elden Ring has 954,426 concurrent players, reaching number six on the Steam all-time leaderboard

The past month has seen a few major launches. First, Lost beer keg reached number two on the Steam all-time leaderboard with over 1.3 million players. Now, Elden Ring took sixth place, with the best number in FromSoftware’s catalog of 953,426 players.

Elden RingThe February 25 launch was delayed, but it’s clear that anticipation and word of mouth have succeeded in boosting the numbers for the game. According to SteamDB, the initial launch number hit 745,653 on launch day, but allowing volatility, the game continued to soar, peaking on Saturday. As of the time of this writing, there are now over 617k players in the game every Monday on average one week after launch.


With near-universal acclaim for review scores and plenty of good word of mouth about the game, there’s really no doubting whether a new FromSoftware game will find its audience, but the numbers are real. shows that it’s not just an audience, but an abundance of word-of-mouth and streaming that only helps you. Hidetaka Miyazaki was quoted in an interview as saying that he believes there will be more finishers in the end Elden Ring than some of the company’s previous titles, and that the open world and the ability to tailor your own content are possible factors.

These numbers are significant, though, because not only have people pounced on the enigmatic (and notoriously challenging) FromSoft title, but the numbers have increased for the week and are still going strong. To compare FromSoftware’s latest release, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twicelaunched back in 2019, peaking at 125,315 players.

Where things will go from here remains to be seen, but Elden Ring are clearly off to an impressive start. We will soon have our own reflections on the game here.

(And if you’re looking for an MMORPG with an active Steam community, you should check out this list of the top 5 active MMOs you can check out.) Elden Ring has 954,426 concurrent players, reaching number six on the Steam all-time leaderboard

Fry Electronics Team

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