Elden Ring’s Twitch viewership now surpasses any other FromSoftware game before by three times as much as Dark Souls 3.
Elden Ring along with FromSoftware seems to be on the rise, as the game is setting many records. The most recent record that Elden Ring toppled was the highest Twitch viewership of FromSoftware games, when its peak peaked at more than triple the viewership achieved by the company’s previous games.
While these numbers are impressive, they’re hardly surprising given that Elden Ring is currently one of the highest viewer ratings games ever released. Elden Ring was able to weather the tough competition it released alongside Pokemon Legends: Arceus and Horizon Forbidden West. The game currently has a Metacritic score of 97 for PS5 and 95 for PC and Xbox, placing Elden Ring at number 15 on the site’s list of best-reviewed games ever.
This massive fanbase has allowed Elden Ring to reach over 890,000 viewers on Twitch, meaning it currently has the highest Twitch viewership of all the previously released FromSoftware games. The last FromSoftware game released was Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, which peaked at 280,000 viewers, while Dark Souls 3 peaked at 276,000 viewers. For many people, the game was able to bring back the excitement that fans have put into the game, which may be why a Japanese game development studio has given its employees a day off. to play the Elden Ring. A company called Pocket Pair gave its employees a day off to play Elden Ring upon release, as the company admitted that it would be hard for its employees to concentrate knowing they had the game at home.
Despite the game’s excellent review scores and Twitch viewership, Elden Ring still had some issues ahead of its official launch. Thankfully, many of these issues were said to have been fixed in a patch released a few hours before the game’s launch. Patch 1.02 for Elden Ring is said to fix the game’s frame rate issues, improve controllability, fix some NPC events, and also make some balance adjustments to the game. play.
Unfortunately, it appears that Elden Ring is struggling to hit 60 FPS on PS5 and Xbox Series X. While this has disappointed many players, FromSoftware is still capable of patching these issues in the coming weeks. Currently, it looks like the game’s frame rate is between 30-60 FPS when set in quality mode and between 45-60 FPS when in performance priority mode.
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