Game news Steam has passed 25 million concurrent users, a new record
Steam got off to a stylish start in 2021, with Valve’s platform reaching 25 million concurrently connected users for the first time on January 2nd.
As already mentioned SteamDBThere were exactly 25,415,080 users signed into Steam around 4:20 p.m. on Jan. 2, including 7.4 million games, and a little more 24 hours later (25,418,674). In the past twelve months, the platform broke its record for simultaneous players for the seventh time. The 20 million mark was passed in March last year at the start of containment measures. Then, in December, it hit the 25 million mark after Cyberpunk launched in 2077. The CD Projekt title drew 1,054,388 simultaneous players on December 10, more than any other single player game in the world. History of Steam.
The Ranking of the most played games The platform continues to be dominated by Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2 and PUBG, which regularly include more than a million connected players. Grand Theft Auto V, Rainbow Six Siege, Team Fortress 2, and Rust are always very busy too.
By iGamesNews, Writing from igamesnews.com