A confluence of curious circumstances has arched Capcom Arcade Stadium, a nominally free-to-play anthology released in May, to the top of the Steam charts – Rivals with people like Apex legends, Grand Theft Auto 5, and PlayerUnknown’s battlefields.
It’s not because fans are thirsty for the 32-year-old again 1943: The Battle of Midway
The explanation is as good as any when you consider the game. Likewise, Capcom Arcade Stadium began to support trading cards with a patch on November 11thwhich is why the bots are now flooding the game. In fact, SteamCharts shows Capcom Arcade Stadium Flatlining from posting to 481,000 at 9 a.m. EST on Tuesday.
PC player noticed the strange trend at that time and the fact that other games have seen spikes in popularity under similar conditions.
Capcom Arcade Stadium features 32 arcade games released by Capcom between 1984 and 2001. Thirty of them are available in groups of 10, broken down by epoch; in October, Capcom started offering the games individually, if you just want to command or Strider, They’re $ 1.99 each.