Steam passes 27M concurrent users to set a new record

Steam broke 26 million concurrents in April and now has a new record with 27,384,959 accounts all logging onto Valve’s launcher at once. This was according to SteamDB. 7.8 million of them were playing CS:GO at the time. This is less than the record 8.1million from March 2020.

Thanksgiving weekend is a great time to boost the numbers. Americans who provide seasonal tech support for their families turn on computers that have been sitting in a den or other place for months, while Steam logs onto them automatically. Cyber Monday/Black Friday sales are another reason to increase the number of Cyberpunk 2077 users, who then leave’very positive’ reviews and buy Cyberpunk 2077 at half price. It’s still the best-selling game on Steam and has been rated by 22,579 users, 84% of whom are positive.

Today’s top-rated games according to peak player count were CSGO (915,791 people), Dota 2 (677.744) and PUBG (344.841). Halo Infinite had a respectable 146.212 players. However, many of these were cheaters, driving Xbox players to demand that they are allowed to opt out of crossplay.–generate-now-2022—free-unlimited-diamonds-and-coins–coins-generator-in-2022-100-working–coins-generator-2022

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