Once again, the mandatory quarantine in many countries due to coronavirus is increasing the number of users playing at the same time day by day. As a consequence, Valve’s digital platform and some of its most popular current titles breaking record every few days.

The previous record for users connected at the same time on Steam on March 30 was 23,572,311, while in the last 24 hours it increased to 24,535,923 and it will probably continue to grow over the days.

Steam’s record is largely due to the highly anticipated Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord, whose Early Access debut recorded a surprising peak of 178,562 players within hours of its launch on the platform (not counting those who purchased it from the Epic Games Store. on March 31) and two days ago registered 228,662 simultaneous users. This figure is not far from the peak of users in the last 24 hours, which was 222,349.

The ten most played titles during this peak of Steam Concurrent Users were the following:

Current players Peak today Game
553,040 1,191,540 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
299,749 729,223 Dota 2
158,220 222,349 Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord
141,525 560,748 PLAYERUN ancla’S BATTLEGROUNDS
101,504 180,287 Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
97,820 192,251 Grand Theft Auto V
85,880 125,452 Rust
73,004 91,925 Destiny 2
66,033 79,507 Team Fortress 2
61,182 91,726 Rocket league
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