‘The Witcher 3’ is now more popular on Steam than it was at launch

You’d think that a single player game over four years old would be long past its prime, but don’t tell that to CD Projekt Red. The studio’s community lead Marcin Momot has revealed that the PC version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt broke its record for the most number of concurrent players, with nearly 94,000 people playing on December 29th. Polygon noted that the number has climbed higher since, and that the game was eighth in Steam’s top ten games by player count (a position that holds true as we write this). For context, Witcher 3 set its previous record all the way back at launch in May 2015, when 92,268 people fired up the action role-playing title.

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