Steam recorded a record number of concurrent users over the weekend. At the height of the New Year’s weekend, nearly 28 million users were logged into the platform at the same time. The previous record was 27.3 million users.
The peak was reached on the afternoon of Sunday 2 January, Reddit Turbostrider27 user reviews. At around 3pm Dutch time, more than 27.9 million players were logged into the platform at the same time, according to Information from SteamDB. This is a new record, according to SteamDB. Previous record of 27.3 million users dating from november.
Out of 27.9 million users, more than 8.2 million people have already played a game and this is also a new record. Previously, this record was 8.1 million players, polygon writes. SteamDB does not publish the most played games on Sunday afternoons. according to stats from steam itself Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is the most played Steam game at the time of writing, followed by DOTA 2, PUBG: Battlegrounds, Apex Legends, and GTA V.
SteamDB publishes The best selling games of the last week. The #1 tactical SWAT shooter ready or not, which has been booming in popularity since its early launch on December 17th. In second place was the It Takes Two Game Awards, followed by Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach, Valve Index VR goggles and Project Zomboid.
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