Red Dead Redemption 2 breaks its record for simultaneous players on PC

Red Dead Redemption 2 breaks its record for simultaneous players on PC

Three years after its release on PC, Red Dead Redemption 2 has just broken its record for concurrent users.

Despite the absence of story DLC, and Rockstar ending support for Red Dead Online to focus on GTA 6 development, the game appears to be still very much alive on Steam.

It should be noted that the increase in players has coincided with the Steam sales, which have put the title at one of its lowest prices to date.


Thus, and according to SteamDB, last night there were 66,492 active users at the same time in Red Dead Redemption 2. Its previous record, which was reached on the day of its launch, was 55,000 players.

In our review, we gave Red Dead Redemption 2 a Must-Have stamp, calling it “Huge, memorable, and insanely detailed. Red Dead 2 lives up to the hype and stands as one of the greats of this generation.” .

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Red Dead Redemption 2 breaks its record for simultaneous players on PC

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