Steam once again set a new record for the largest number of concurrent users, breaking the 25 million user record for the first time in January.
Steam’s number of online concurrent players once again broke its own record, and Valve’s platform today soared to an impressive 26 million concurrent users mark.
This broke the record we set last time when we reported on Steam concurrent users on January 2, when the number of online users on the platform reached a peak of 25,416,720. These two new highs are after Valve set the other three highest records in March last year, when the global ban on sales had just begun.
Steam continues to break its record of concurrent users and currently has 26.3 million users! 🚀
The previous record was 25.4 million on January 2. https://t.co/D6WDHbz0B4 pic.twitter.com/DSLzDfECPE
-Steam database (@SteamDB) February 7, 2021
This record has been tracked on SteamDB (above), where you can see that the frankly ridiculous 26,392,063 users are now logged into the store at once.
Between the truly terrible weather around the world and the ongoing lockdown, many countries are suffering due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It is really, not surprising that more and more people are looking for PCs than ever And similar hardware for entertainment.
In other Steam news, we recently heard that “World of Tanks” is about to land on the platform, and we saw that Koei Tecmo’s Nioh 2 attracts more users than previous PC games in the series (although some players broke the port optimization And performance).