COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus Outbreak, brings new records. Steam was once again the owner of the record that was broken.
Another record news came from Steam. Of course, the biggest reason for this record was the Coronavirus Outbreak, also known as COVID-19. The quarantine caused by the epidemic caused many gamers to stay at home and many to play. This situation naturally caused Steam to break records.
According to the Steam statistics, we see that the system has been breaking the record that has been broken recently. On March 30, 2020, Steam broke a record in terms of the highest number of players online, with more than 23 million players. New figures, and therefore a record, have emerged soon after this record. Steam, which bases this record with the number of 24,157,126 players, probably seems to reach more players in this regard in the coming days.
When we look at the games that game lovers spend most of the time, we see Counter-Strike: Global Offensive at the top of the ranking. CS is followed by games like Dota 2 and PUBG. 4th place is Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord, which came out on Monday.
Coronavirus is still at large and the WHO has called for a worldwide emergency. When more countries go through a shutdown and work from home is a practice, more people are expected to log in to gaming to spend time and enjoy themselves.