Elden Ring has officially topped 20 million units in sales

Elden Ring passed a significant sales milestone just a few days away from its first-year anniversary of Elden Ring.

Elden Ring wasn't supposed to sell as well as it should've but here we are.

Nearly 12 months later to the day that the game hit the store shelves, Elden Ring ended up setting a new record-high for FromSoftware.

According to Bandai Namco, Elden Ring has sold more than 20 million units around the globe. The total combines sales figures from both of the physical and digital versions of the game across all platforms.

Elden Ring's latest sales milestone was always a matter of when after it launched to critical acclaim en route to setting a new sales record for FromSoftware and winning Game of the Year at The Game Awards last year.

As of the moment of writing, Elden Ring is the most GOTY'ed game of all time, surpassing The Last of Us Part II. The best part is that FromSoftware isn't done supporting Elden Ring just yet.

After releasing an update for Elden Ring in December that opened up the in-game Colosseums, the developers promised it will bring more content updates to Elden Ring.

Fingers crossed, the next Elden Ring expansion is coming sooner rather than later and will be more in line with the sizes of previous DLCs for the studio's popular Soulsborne titles.

Who knows? The continued and ongoing success of Elden Ring might encourage Sony and FromSoftware to pursue TV and movie adaptations of the game.

It'll be interesting to see how well Elden Ring will continue to sell as FromSoftware drops inevitably more expansions for it.

In the meantime, FromSoftware is working on its next project, a new Armored Core installment. Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon was officially revealed at The Game Awards and it will effectively be a reboot of the franchise.

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