Steam has set a new record for the number of accounts signed in at the same moment. According to Steam Database, the number of accounts signed in to the Valve launcher at the same time surpassed 27 million. According to the database website, about 7.8 million of these accounts were playing a game at the moment. Separately, Cyberpunk 2077 became the world’s best-selling game on Steam, with over 23,300 5-star ratings. On December 10th, Cyberpunk 2077 was released.
On Sunday, November 28, SteamDB recorded 27,384,959 users logging into the Valve launcher. This is Steam’s all-time high for concurrent users. Nearly 7.8 million accounts were in-game at the time of the census, according to the database. Many people may have just turned on their devices without using Steam because the launcher logs in automatically when a PC wakes up. CS: GO had 915,791 active players over the period, DOTA 2 had 677,744 active players, and PUBG had 344,841 active players, according to the database. There were 146,212 active players in Halo: Infinite. From 23,300 reviews, Cyberpunk 2077 (review) had an 84 percent extremely favorable rating. During the Steam Autumn Sale, the open world role-playing game was discounted to Rs. 1,499, saving you 50%. “Even being so buggy, this game is simply gorgeous,” wrote a VSP, who spent 125 hours on the game at the time of writing. “As of patch 1.31 Cyberpunk (2077) was a worthwhile game buy for me,” Fishy Felix, who put in 177 hours in the game, said in another review.