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Steam Breaks Another Record With The Number of Live Players!

Valve's store has broken another record and increased the total number of instant players up to the top.

The highly regarded Digital distribution service Steam has surpassed a record number of simultaneous users on Thanksgiving which was celebrated across the world this weekend, reaching 31.3 million on the 26th of November 2022. Steam has seen constant growth since the platform was introduced in 2003 by Valve the 12th of September 2003.

The news was first reported by Twitter from an insider in the industry named Morwull. Morwull stated, “It’s not unexpected, however, Steam has exceeded 31.3 million simultaneous users. The holiday season and the Fall along with Black Friday sales during this time of the year made this happen. This year’s record-breaking year is full of records for the store.” The store’s slogans were used.

Steam Breaks Its Own Record Once Again

The number of users concurrently using Steam has been fairly consistent during the last couple of weeks, with numbers between 20 and 25 million depending on the one moment. However this rise is quite unique for the Steam platform. This is likely because of the recently-held Autumn Sale and the ongoing Black Friday Sale, both with a variety of highly discounted games.

Although the discounts can be a reason for the increase in players as well, the most played games available on the platform were the long-running favourites, like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, and PUBG: Battlegrounds, in addition to the newly launched Call of Duty, and other fan favorites. His favorite game is Lost Ark lately.

Steam was developed by Valve to enable regular updates to games, but nowadays, it offers many extra features, including matchmaking and anti-cheat measures, as well as streaming, social networking, and cloud sync for saved games. Steam currently has a market share of about 75% on PC.

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