The Witcher 3 has had a revival recently an increasing number of players, gaining more than what it had at it’s original launch.
Witcher 3 Gains More Players Than At Its Original Launch in 2015
With the release of the Netflix series, this week The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has gained more concurrent players than when it first launched. This news was announced by global community lead for the studio CD Projekt Red, Marcin Momot on Twitter who posted a screenshot of the numbers from SteamCharts which pulls data from Steam to show the number of players.
— Marcin Momot (@Marcin360) December 29, 2019
Until recently, the all-time highest number of concurrent views was on May 1st 2015, when The Witcher 3 launched on the platform, gaining 92,268 players. Now the concurrent player count has reached a peak of 101,930 (at the time this article was written).
The Witcher 3 isn’t the only title to see an influx of players, The Witcher: Enhanced Edition also reached the top 100 most-played games on Steam, peaking at 12,627 all-time so far. This is also helped by Steam’s sale with 85% off for The Witcher: Enhanced Edition now $1.49 and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt 70% off, now only $11.99.
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