Elden Ring demonstrates its success with the 12 million units it has sold worldwide

Much has been said about Elden Ring over the last few weeks since it went on sale on February 25, but it has not been until now that Bandai Namco has officially confirmed that From Software’s masterpiece has been a smash hit after reaching the 12 million units sold worldwide.

Of this impressive amount one million units corresponds to the Japanese market. All this adding the number of copies that have been purchased among all the versions in which the game has been published, that is, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.

Hidetaka Miyazakipresident of From Software, wanted to speak about this great news for the team, thanking all those who have dared to give his latest work a chance:

It’s amazing to see how many people have been playing Elden Ring. I would like to extend our sincere thanks on behalf of the entire development team. Elden Ring is based on a mythological story written by George RR Martin. We hope that players will enjoy a high level of freedom as they venture through its vast world, exploring its many secrets and facing its many threats.

The exploration of the Elden Ring is unrivaled: it's on par with (or even above) Subnautica and The Legend of Zelda.

In addition, Yasuo Miyakawapresident of Bandai Namco, wanted to add to these thanks, pointing out his intention to take the brand beyond the video game itself:

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the fans who have brought Elden Ring into their lives. I am so proud to have been involved in bringing such a wonderful and fantastic game to life with From Software under the direction of Miyazaki and George RR Martin. A lot of effort went into the creation of Elden Ring so that we could exceed the expectations of our fans around the world. In the same way, we will continue to strive to expand the brand beyond the game itself and into everyone’s daily lives.

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