The New York Times published an op-ed attributing the success of this year’s hottest video game Elden Ring to the pandemic. Many players are not satisfied with earning Elden Ring Runes in the game, so they also buy Elden Ring Runes on the site.
Unfortunately, I think this analysis ignores many historical factors that guarantee the game’s success in any year. But it’s important to stress that the game and its success are not a product of our global crisis. Elden Ring’s success didn’t come out of nowhere.
It’s thanks to the people who make the game and the people who play it, not the environment. I also very much agree with this statement, and also hope to have better performance in the game. So I also bought a lot of Elden Ring Runes on IGGM, the most reliable and legit site. I can now also use code "CSCCA" to get 5% off of Elden Ring Runes/Items/Boosting! Try it.