In a recent study conducted by PC guides and news site Windows Report, the games that Americans find the most difficult have been identified, with “Elden Ring” emerging as the top contender.
The study analyzed monthly search trends for game “walkthroughs” in the United States, which indicate where players are encountering difficulties and seek guidance by watching others play through those parts.
Americans’ Most Challenging Games is Elden Ring, Research Said
The findings indicate that “Elden Ring” stands out as the game that Americans seek help with the most, averaging 73,480 monthly searches for walkthroughs.
Released in 2022, the game has garnered critical acclaim and represents the latest addition to FromSoftware’s collection of challenging RPG titles.
Its difficulty stems from various factors, such as formidable bosses and unexpected attacks from enemies capable of delivering fatal blows in a single strike.
Securing the second spot on the list is the PlayStation-exclusive title “God of War: Ragnarok,” generating approximately 12,210 monthly searches for walkthroughs. Serving as a direct sequel to 2018’s “God of War,” this installment marks the first cross-generational release in the God of War franchise.
Claiming the third position is the Nintendo title “The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening,” a remake of the 1993 Game Boy game. On average, players search for walkthroughs 11,380 times per month to overcome the game’s challenging puzzles, which can pose difficulties, especially for newcomers.
Taking the fourth place is “Metroid Dread,” a highly acclaimed addition to the Metroid series that maintains the side-scrolling gameplay characteristic of the franchise. The game garners an average of 11,150 monthly searches for walkthroughs, and it even offers a “hard mode” for those seeking an additional challenge.
Finally, completing the top five is another Zelda title, “The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.”
Originally published in 1998, with a remastered version released in 2011, the game attracts an average of 10,680 monthly searches for walkthroughs.
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