Cyberpunk 2077 PC player peak surpasses The Witcher 3

Steam Charts recorded over 136,000 players online at the same time

Cyberpunk 2077 is experiencing one of the best moments since the game launched in 2020. CD Projekt Red’s game takes another hit as it’s more popular for PC than The Witcher 3.

Figures obtained by Steam Charts indicate that the developer’s latest release has hit the 136,000 concurrent player mark in Valve’s game library. Meanwhile, The Witcher 3 never reached the 103,300 mark.

Every passing day, Cyberpunk 2077 manages to gain new positive signs. Although registered players peaked at 830,000 at the game’s launch, this week’s popularity caught the company’s attention.

As such, the game often appears among Steam’s most played in recent days. Despite all the success it has brought to PC, it does not seem to be the only platform that attracts more and more players every day.

Repeated success in recent days

That’s because Cyberpunk 2077 has simultaneously surpassed the 1 million player mark online every day of the past week. The numbers were distributed by CD Projekt Red itself, which thanked everyone in a post on social networks.

“1 million players, new and old, are visiting Night City every day this week. We want to take this opportunity to thank you for staying with us and playing. Thank you, Chooms,” said the developer. previous week

Some of the main factors that led to the game’s sudden rise in popularity are related to the release of the Mercenaries update. It is named after the Cyberpunk 2077 series on Netflix.

A critical success, the series seems to have piqued the interest of many people who are interested in the futuristic theme and want to get to know this world more closely. Logically, Cyberpunk 2077 seems like an obvious option for anyone who wants to explore this world.

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Source: Steam Charts

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