Elden Ring is both the most loved and hated game of 2022

Elden Ring is both the most loved and hated game of 2022

The year is coming to an end, and for some weeks now we have been faced with a whole series of rankings and awards that decree the best and worst games of 2022. In addition to the increasingly popular TGAs, there are several the realities that have dedicated a lot of space to celebrate what have been the best video games of the year. As often happens, many of these titles are present in multiple rankings, and one of the most cited these days is undoubtedly Elden Ring .

From Software's latest effort has won many awards such as Game of the Year, including the one collected on the TGA 2022 stage, but Elden Ring's hoarding of awards doesn't seem to stop. As can be seen on the well-known HowLongToBeat website, we discover that it is precisely the latest From Software title that stands out at the top of two very interesting rankings, above all for their specularity.

This year Elden Ring is both the most completed game than the most abandoned one of the year by the players. These rankings are based on users who frequent the HowLongToBeat site, known for being an excellent point of view on the average times it takes to finish a title. We are not surprised by the dual presence of Elden Ring in the two rankings, given that it is a game that is as fascinating for many as it is difficult and very long to finish for many other fans.

Now let's see both rankings in detail of the most completed and abandoned games of 2022 according to HowLongToBeat data:

Most Completed Games

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Most Abandoned Games

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