Elden Ring reveals the game’s toughest-ever bosses


ELDEN Ring publisher Bandai Namco has revealed interesting statistics on player deaths.

The publisher revealed that the average Elden Ring player has died 450 times over the course of their playthrough.

Players loved the fantasy world of Elden Ring.

As you might think, enemies, bosses and NPCs caused the majority of deaths, making up 69% of all losses.

Status effects such as poisoning, Scarlet Rot, and Death Blight are the next biggest killer, with 15% of all deaths.

Falling has also been proven to be as deadly as ever, making up 14% of all deaths.

Players invading other people’s worlds are the least likely killer, making up just 2% of all deaths.

Bandai Namco revealed that while 20million people purchased Elden RIng, its bosses have been challenged 5.9billion times.

That means, on average, that each player challenged bosses around 300 times each.

The most difficult bosses won’t be a surprise to anyone who has completed Elden Ring.

Malenia, Blade of Miquella, is the most challenging boss in the game, as players have attempted her fight 329million times.

Margit the Fell Omen was the second most-challenged boss, but he trails far behind Malenia at the top.

Here are the top five bosses in Elden Ring, and how many lives each have taken.

  • Malenia, Blade of Miquella (329million) 
  • Margit the Fell Omen (281million)
  • The Limgrave Tree Sentinel (277million)
  • Radagon of the Golden Order (148million)
  • Starscourge Radahn (130million)

Elden Ring players are now challenging each other in the colosseums with Elden Ring DLC.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.


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