The PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2 unexpectedly has the highest concurrent player count since the game launched just over four years ago.
Statistics show that, more than four years later, Red Dead Redemption 2 has reached an all-time high in terms of concurrent players, at least on the PC version. One of the most visually stunning and role-playing games ever released, Rockstar’s Western is a masterpiece in development, packed with a rich story and compelling characters, all The whole thing is encapsulated in a huge open world, so it’s no surprise that fans are still experiencing it.
However, the RDR line is dwindling in updates. With Rockstar currently focusing on Grand Theft Auto 6, many will be looking forward to a sequel to this longstanding and controversial franchise. As a result, other titles in the studio’s latter category will be left behind, which is quite obvious. However, that doesn’t mean Red Dead Redemption 2 is being left behind by the community, as it seems more players are playing than ever before.
That’s according to figures from SteamDB, as noted by Eurogamer. The external website, which documents all things Steam, showed that Red Dead Redemption 2 hit an all-time high in concurrent players just a few days ago. The number reached 66,492, with the previous record of 55,271 set since December 2019. At the time of writing, there are more than 42,000 people experiencing this game, with nearly 58,000 players in the last 24 hours. Obviously, it seems people still enjoy playing Rockstar’s open-world sequel.
Red Dead Redemption 2 recently celebrated its fourth birthday, with the original title launching on October 26, 2018. However, this anniversary event has passed without leaving much information. According to the unwritten laws of the gaming industry, four years seems like a long time. However, with titles like Minecraft and Skyrim still going strong, both of which came out more than a decade ago, RDR2’s reign doesn’t seem to be far away, and the numbers on SteamDB show plenty. who are not ready to step into a new game.
Red Dead Redemption 2 has a deep storyline and has a lot to do in its world, not to mention stunning visuals, so it’s perhaps not too surprising that thousands of players are returning to it. Sadly, the third installment in the series may not come out, especially as the developer is currently busy developing GTA 6.