Respawn’s free royal battle title Apex Legend A new record of concurrent users was set on Steam, proving that it is still a very popular title.
Apex Legends was released in Valve’s storefront on November 5, 2020. Since then, it has been a very popular and enduring PvP game.
Even on November 10th, we still saw the game ranked fourth in the number of concurrent players on Steam, which is an amazing feat for a game that has only been sold for five days in the store.
Now, despite this, the game has attracted 198,235 simultaneous serve players on Steam. According to SteamDB data (via Dexerto), the peak was reached on Saturday, the highest concurrent user peak in the game’s history.
This means that even the solidly popular games that top the Steam player charts (GTA 5, Rainbow Six: Siege, etc.) are less popular than Respawn’s battle royale games this weekend. The current two-year anniversary series clearly attracts more players than ever before, although “Apex Legends” is still a long way from the dazzling height of 3,236,027 PUBG concurrent players peak.
Therefore, “Apex Legends” Season 8 is clearly the very popular first season in the game, and some of the reasons may be attributed to Caustic’s revival in metadata (although Respawn is considering to treat him in Season 9). Make some changes).
Due to various ongoing blockades, bad weather and other reasons, Steam has recently gained popularity. Steam has more monthly active users than Xbox and PlayStation, and Steam set its own record at the beginning of the year, when it recorded as many as 25,416,720 online concurrent users.