CS:GO Broke its Own Player Count Record Even being 11 Years of Old

The concurrent PC user peak for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) has just been surpassed… 11 years after its Steam debut.

The tactical shooter, which has been active for nearly 20 years in one form or another, just broke its own concurrent record, reaching an all-time peak of 1.3 million gamers over the weekend, as noted by PC Gamer.

CS:GO Player Count Record

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The record for concurrent CS:GO users apparently stood at 1,308,963 gamers before this past weekend. However, that record was set three years ago, and as you may recall, something surprising happened at that time that kept us all inside. That makes the 1,320,219 records set as of SteamDB, this week more remarkable for CS:GO.

At the time of writing, CS:GO is one of the only five games on Steam that crossed the million concurrent users milestone. The other three are PUBG: Battlegrounds (3,257,248), Lost Ark (1,325,305), Dota 2 (1,295,114) and Cyberpunk 2077(1,054,388)

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