Steam Started 2021 By Crossing 25 Million Concurrent Users
Steam, which has seen an increase in the number of users with the closure of people around the world, is progressing by breaking its records in the number of simultaneous users. The digital game store managed to surpass 25 million concurrent users.
The closure of people to their homes due to the coronavirus epidemic that affected the whole world. Also, reflected in the number of Steam users throughout the year. The world’s largest digital game store has managed to break the record for the number of simultaneous players many times in 2020.
It seems that the first days of the new year are also very fertile for Steam. According to SteamDB data, the digital game store managed to break the all-time record in the number of simultaneous players yesterday. Steam surpassed 25 million in concurrent players.
Steam Started The New Year With A Record
According to the data of the SteamDB website, Steam hosted 25 million 415 thousand 80 users simultaneously yesterday. Also, once again surpassed the record in the number of simultaneous players. The platform’s previous record achieved with 24.8 million concurrent users.
Also, according to SteamDB data, 7.4 million of these 25.4 million users were in the game. Although a record was broken in the number of simultaneous players, the number of players in the game could not be broken. The record in this regard came in April 2020. 8.1 million people were in the game on the platform with 24.5 million users simultaneously. So, one in three people who had Steam open was in the game.
Counter-Strike Global Offensive was one of the games that had the biggest share in Steam’s record in the number of simultaneous players. The following games were DOTA 2, PUBG, Cyberpunk 2077 and GTA V. You can click here to examine the data in more detail.