Elden Ring scores an impressive 98 on Metacritic after the first wave of reviews

You could see it coming. Elden Ring, the new production from From Software, the creators of Dark Souls, performs at a very high level. The game directed by Hidetaka Miyazaki is an action title with RPG touches that has not disappointed in the least. At least that reflects the first batch of analyzes that have been published in the national and international media. Although it is to be expected that certain adjustments will occur over time, the truth is that the game has been released with a brand new 98/100 on Metacritic.

At FreeGameTips we have already published our analysis, although it is still in process. After more than 75 hours at the controls, the sensations are unbeatable, but we still have secrets to discover.

Below we show you an example of some of the notes that Elden Ring has garnered in these first reviews of some relevant media.

Elden Ring on Metacritic.

First notes of Elden Ring

  • Guardian 10/10
  • IGN 10/10
  • Game Informer 10/10
  • ScreenRant 10/10
  • VGC 10/10
  • Areajugones 10/10
  • Destructoid 10/10
  • Vandal 10/10
  • Game Revolution 10/10
  • Games Beat 10/10
  • MGG Spain 9.7/10

From Software have asked users to be considerate when sharing details about the video game. Social networks are a exit door for spoilers, so they ask for everyone’s cooperation to avoid ruining surprises.

The most eager are sure to be waiting to know when exactly the digital edition will be unlocked. Although in other countries it depends on the country, in Spain the PC and console versions will be available at the same time, at midnight from Thursday to Friday (February 25 at 00:00 hours).

Elden Ring will go on sale on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PC. Upgrading to the new generation is completely free.

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