Steam Reaches Record High of 10 Million Active Users – On January 7, 2023, the number of players on the digital distribution network Steam surpassed 10 million active users for the first time. This marks a crucial turning point for the PC platform, which has been losing ground for years.
The milestone was reached as users started settling down to play some of the titles they had recently purchased during the recent Christmas Sale, a significant yearly event on Steam. The platform’s user base has been growing significantly, surpassing 32 million users concurrently earlier this week. Players who are logged onto Steam but aren’t actually playing any games, to put it another way.
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Many other free-to-play games including Dota 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Call of Duty: Warzone 2, PUBG: Battlegrounds, and of course the consistently successful Apex Legends are to blame for the platform’s rise in popularity. A number of profitable paid games have also been released, including Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Grand Theft Auto 5, and Among Us.
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On January 7, the total number of concurrent users on Steam reached a record high of 10,016,459, according to the monitoring website SteamDB. For the first time, more than 10 million users have been seen using the platform at once to play a game. According to previously observed growth patterns, the number has risen and is anticipated to do so throughout the course of the upcoming weeks and months.
Elden Ring, which has won multiple Game of the Year honours, appears to be the only game that is now the most popular on Steam. Recently, the roleplaying game was discounted for the first time on the platform as well, and it seems that this development grabbed a lot of attention, sparking a fresh flurry of excitement.
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