Hidetaka Miyazaki Reveals His Favorite Elden Ring Bosses

Hidetaka Miyazaki Reveals His Favorite Elden Ring Bosses

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From Software games have always been characterized by offering players a fairly high difficultywhich has come, in turn, accompanied by a series of bosses who have put us against the sword, the hammer or the spear and the wall, even though they are already an essence of all your titles.

Under this same premise, it must be said that the main person in charge of this mechanic is Hidetaka Miyazaki, director of most of the studio’s titles (Dark Souls 2 is saved) as well as CEO of the studio itself, so he is a person what he knows pretty well all the bosses of his games. And it is precisely under this premise that it has recently been pronounced around what are your favorites in Elden Ring.

Radahn, Scourge of the Stars takes the gold medal from Hidetaka Miyazaki

This has been known recently because Hidetaka Miyazaki has been interviewed by Xbox Wire Japan, where they have taken the opportunity to talk about Elden Ring, the studio title released last february and that, according to financial reports, it has been an unparalleled success all over the world due to all the millions of copies that its different versions have managed to sell.

And at this, Miyazaki was asked by your favorite bosses in the titlebeing so that his answer should not surprise anyone, since he has chosen the one that would be his top three, thus giving rise to the first place being occupied by one of the most popular Elden Ring games:

  • 1) Radahn, Scourge of the Stars.
  • 2) Godrick, the grafted.
  • 3) Rykard, Lord of Blasphemy.

As you can see, Radahn takes this first position, since, according to the creator himself, he is a fascinating character, which has led to this decision. Be that as it may, this does not change the content of the game too much, so bosses like Malenia will continue to be among the most difficult to beat in the game.

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For the rest, it only remains to remember that Elden Ring was released on February 25 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PC.

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