Steam concurrent users have repeatedly hit new highs stimulated by the global spread of the new coronavirus epidemic. Just now, the number of Steam online at the same time reached 23,436,186, exceeding 23 million.
The previous record of concurrent online users was February 2, February 9, March 15, March 21, and March 22, which were 18.8 million, 19 million, 20 million, 21 million, and 22 million, respectively. .
The retrospective record is 18.5 million two years ago on January 6, 2018. And this year, in just two months, it repeatedly broke records and even exceeded 23 million people, which is obviously related to the closed-door situation caused by the new crown epidemic.
In addition, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is still the game with the most online players at the same time. "DOTA 2" ranked second, followed by "PUBG", "Grand Theft Auto V" and "Football Manager 2020". "Rainbow Six: Guardian Palace" ranked sixth, while "Monster Hunter: World" and "Ark: Survival Evolution" ranked seventh and eighth, respectively. Finally, Destiny 2 and Corruption ranked ninth and tenth respectively.