Elden Ring: the percentage of those who have finished it so far is very low

After about twenty days since the last survey, we returned to analyze the percentage of completion of Elden Ring, the latest effort FromSoftware, finding that it is slightly improved, but still very low, well below the already low standards of the industry. The substance is that so far few have managed to finish it, of all those who have purchased it.

As you can see on Steam, only 10.5% of PC players have unlocked the ancestral Lord objective, while 15% have unlocked the final Era of Stars. The Flame of Frenzy Lord ending, on the other hand, was unlocked by a measly 6.7% of players. Of course, there will be those who have unlocked only one ending and those who have unlocked all three, so it is not possible to give the exact percentage of those who have reached or not the end of the game, but the figure seems to be very low.

It must be said that many are still playing it, since it is a long and articulated title, full of things to do. Also with time new players are added, so we are far from having final percentages. However, after more than a month after launch, the data begins to settle and, although improved over the previous survey, it is still indicative of how the title of FromSoftware represents an insurmountable obstacle for many people.

For the rest we remind you that Elden Ring is available for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, PS4 and PS5. If you want more information, read our review.