It appears that Apex Legends is just getting greater. Three years after launch, and one yr after its launch on Steam, the sport has simply reached a brand-new concurrent player rely record on Valve’s platform – the second such record because the launch of Season 12 in February. Clearly, Mad Maggie is a draw.
On Saturday, February 19, Apex Legends reached a new all-time concurrent player record of 393,116, as SteamDB reveals. That’s barely up from the 392,998 record set on the launch of Season 12, and dramatically increased than the earlier record of 330,879 set on the launch of Season 9.
Of course, since Apex Legends launched at a time when EA wasn’t placing its video games on Steam, we don’t have knowledge on its earliest PC player information, however the numbers on Valve’s platform have grown considerably because it came visiting in 2020. The counts remained a bit flat from Season 9 onward, but it surely appears like Season 12 has kickstarted a new surge in curiosity.
Apex Legends is on a lot of console platforms, too, which sadly don’t supply public player rely data, however there are lots extra individuals taking part in than simply these on PC.
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