Elden Ring: The percentage of users who have earned Platinum is quite high

Elden Ring: The percentage of users who have earned Platinum is quite high

Elden Ring

Elden Ring has been available in stores for just under two months and yet a good number of users have already explored the length and breadth of the Interregnum and won the Platinum trophy, which for the uninitiated is awarded when all the others are unlocked. proposed by the game. As PushSquare reports, at the moment the Elden Ring Platinum percentage is 8% on PS5 at the time of writing. On its own it might not seem overwhelming, but it's actually taller than some of the previous FromSoftware games as well as various highly rated triple-A titles, including God of War.

Considering the vastness of the Elden Ring world and that many are still in the midst of their adventures, it is therefore surprising that the game has been "platinum" by a higher percentage of users than Dark Souls 3 (5.3%) and Bloodborne (6.5%). As mentioned at the beginning, the percentage of Platinum owners on PS5 is also higher than other games considered a little more mainstream and / or shorter such as God of War (4.7%), Assassin's Creed Valhalla (2.4%) and The Last of Us Part 2 (4.1%). Just to make a comparison, here is the percentage of users in possession of the Platinum Trophy of various more or less recent games:

Elden Ring PS5 - 8% Elden Ring PS4 - 5.1% The Last of Us Part 2 - 4.1% Assassin's Creed Valhalla - 2.4% God of War - 4.7% Ghost of Tsushima - 13.6% Marvel's Spider-Man Miles Morales - 7% Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered - 15.9%

Elden Ring, a promotional image It should be noted instead that the percentage of platinators on PS4 is significantly lower, to be precise 5.1% against 8% of the PS5 version, but in any case higher than other titles mentioned above. It must also be said that many players have even yet to make it to the end credits, so it is not excluded that these percentages could increase in the near future.

Staying on topic, did you know that the Elden Ring bugs of the 50-hit illusion wall and the dog that killed in one hit have been fixed?

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Elden Ring's 50-Hit Fake Wall Was a Glitch After All - and Now It's Gone

Elden Ring's 50-hit fake wall was seemingly a glitch all along, and has been removed in the latest patch.

If you don't remember, the mysterious wall was first discovered in March and shook the community as, while illusionary walls are nothing new to FromSoftware games, one that only disappears after 50 hits meant that practically any wall in the game could be hiding a completely new area.

This wall in Volcano Manor didn't appear to go anywhere exciting though, causing players to speculate if it was just an odd glitch, something FromSoftware has now effectively confirmed after the latest 1.04 patch turned it into a regular wall with no illusionary properties.

YouTuber Zullie the Witch returned to the wall after Elden Ring's latest patch was released and found that FromSoftware has quietly made it solid again.

The latest patch therefore marks the end of an era for one of Elden Ring's first, big strange secrets, and another may join it in obscurity soon. The Deathbed Smalls - a fancy pair of underwear only obtainable through hacking - were discovered around the same time but are now being used by trolls to soft-ban players.

Elden Ring has dominated the gaming sphere since it launched in February and produced plenty of other bizarre stories though.

Players have discovered a way to make one of the game's toughest bosses defeat itself, a now-legendary player called Let Me Solo Her went viral after defeating Malenia for hundreds of other players, and someone has now beaten the game in under seven minutes.

In our 10/10 review, IGN said: 'Elden Ring is a massive iteration on what FromSoftware began with the Souls series, bringing its relentlessly challenging combat to an incredible open world that gives us the freedom to choose our own path.'

To make those choices with the best available information, check out our guide that features everything you could ever hope to know about Elden Ring, including collectible locations, boss strategies, and more.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer who occasionally remembers to tweet @thelastdinsdale. He'll talk about The Witcher all day.