Steam broke a new record with 34.6 million concurrent players

According to SteamDBmore than 34.6 million people worldwide were online simultaneously over the weekend, setting a new record of 34,649,583 users online at the same time.


Of those players, 11,146,564 users are not just open Steambut also actively played the game when the record was set.

Before today, the digital platform had a record 34.2 million users. Just yesterday, it was broken when Steam surpassed 34.2 million online players.

Steam’s concurrent numbers initially started to increase around the time the world went into COVID-19 lockdown in 2020. Stuck at home with nothing else to do but watch movies, reading books and playing games, Steam’s user base began to increase. According to Valve’s records, those numbers have not really stopped growing even though COVID-19 has become a thing of the past, the clearest proof is today’s new record.

According to SteamDB’s real-time charts, CS:GO 2 is as popular as ever, with a whopping 1.4 million concurrent players in the past 24 hours. Dota 2, PUBG, Apex Legends and Helldivers 2 followed closely behind, reaching 727,000, 638,000, 455,000 and 429,000 concurrent players respectively.


Naraka: Bladepoint, Palworld and Last Epoch is no less competitive as both have recorded more than 200,000 concurrent users in the past 24 hours.

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