Steam had 10M people playing at the same time this

build muscle

wow warcraft alliance horde cataclysm leveling guide

Steam has been on a roll over the past couple of years. This time last year the platform reached 28 million concurrent users (opens in new tab), an increase of three million over the year before. Over this past weekend, SteamDB (opens in new tab) recorded that number rocketing up to a new peak of 33,078,963 players all logged into Steam at the same time.

A four million concurrent user increase over 12 months is some damn good growth, and it’s not the only record that Valve’s platform smashed over the weekend. While the 33 million concurrent users is just for the number of players logged into Steam, Eurogamer (opens in new tab) reports that there were also 10,284,586 people actively playing something on January 8. It’s the first time the platform has surpassed 10 million concurrent active users.

Regulars like CS:GO, Apex Legends, Dota 2 and Grand Theft Auto 5 once again topped the charts (opens in new tab) for what people were playing during the platform’s peak. But there’s also some games we didn’t see this time last year dominating the top spots. Amazon’s MMO Lost Ark was in the top 10 games for January 9, along with Wallpaper Engine. The most surprising entry is Among Us-like Goose Goose Duck. The game’s been out since October 2021, but has exploded in popularity over the last month or two in a surprisingly similar fashion to the game it was inspired by (albeit helped by K-pop). (opens in new tab)It even managed to surpass Among Us’ concurrent player record (opens in new tab)at the beginning of the year.

See more

I wonder if the difference between last 2021 and 2022’s growth has anything to do with the Steam Deck shipping into hands all over in the past 12 months. Especially with the holiday season behind us and many more people inevitably in possession of Valve’s handheld, it makes sense to see the concurrents as high as they are right now. Steam Decks spent a lot of the year on backorder so, with the consoles far more readily available now, I’m sure we’ll see even higher numbers in another 12 months.

View Original Article Source Here

TheXboxHub Official Podcast Episode 155: Tin Hearts and Wo Long:
Unleash the beast within
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Review
Sid Meier’s Civilization VI: What to Do on Your First
Join us for PlayStation Plus Festival of Play
Review: Trails to Azure (PS4)
Review: Destiny 2: Lightfall (PS5)
Metro Exodus Sequel Release Date May Be 2024
Review: Aka (Nintendo Switch)
Fire Emblem Engage Voice Actors Officially Announce Their Characters
Tales Of Symphonia Remaster Confirmed For February 17 Launch
Sports Story Hitting the Links, Pitch, and Court in December
SteelSeries Apex 9 TKL
Steam had 10M people playing at the same time this
Hideo Kojima had an idea for a Policenauts sequel ‘but
MSI intends ‘to continue with Afterburner’ overclocking app despite not
CYBERPUNK 2077 Walkthrough Gameplay Part 1
MotoGP™ 18 The Official Videogame
A WAY OUT Walkthrough Gameplay Part 1
First Look at Bayonetta 3 Gameplay – Nintendo Switch
Little Nightmares II
Top 10 Best Live Action Video Game Trailers
The Day Before developer Fntastic hits out at “disinformation”
Mega Man NT Warrior Anime Appearing Online for Free
Paul Phoenix Rides Into Tekken 8
All Mega Man Battle Network Patch Cards Included in Legacy