The best games to play after finally beating the Elden Ring

Knight in Elden Ring stabbing a bloodied sword through an enemy, causing blood to spurt from the enemy's arm.

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They deal the final blow to the galactic Elden beast and welcome you to the troubled Lands Between in an age of your choice. The screen goes black, the credits start raining, and while you listen elden ringone last time with his full-bodied orchestra, you know you’ve done well. Alternatively, you’re sick of dying from Caelid’s scab-headed giant birds and now you’re ready for something anything to play instead.

You’re in luck, buddy. FromSoftware’s open-world epic will likely never get old, but the games you left in the bottom of a drawer somewhere (or haven’t picked up yet) are knocking on your door begging for just a measly chance. Hard Cookies. You can wait a little longer – you are ready to move on elden ring now and kotaku created this list of seven games you should play next. All these games are just like elden ringexcept… something.

We’re talking elden ringbut darker. elden ring, but cuter. If you only prayed for one to the cloudless sky elden ring, but with Cup Noodle’s cutscene, I’m happy to report that your cries have been heard. Wipe away those tears and start this slideshow to find out which ones elden ringbut… something you should line up for next. The best games to play after finally beating the Elden Ring

Curtis Crabtree

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