Resident Evil Village is the first game in the Resident Evil series to achieve 100,000 concurrent players on Steam.
The newly released Resident Evil Village starts strong as the game is breaking records within days of release. Although the game’s general review and critic scores are not higher than the earlier games. The newest horror adventures of Ethan Winters are still gaining praise from all corners of the world.
Capcom’s latest entries of Resident Evil games have been quite popular and additionally, achieving different records of their own on Steam. Likewise, Resident Evil Village has achieved a record of over 100,000 concurrent players on Steam. The first in the series to do so. Furthermore, considering this is a single-player game with a moderate game length. This is a great achievement.
Industry analyst Benji Sales shared this record of Resident Evil Village having achieved 100,000 concurrent players on Steam.
It seems Capcom is on a roll for the past few years. Whatever they release is a gem of a game and gains a huge fan following. From the recent Monster Hunter titles to Resident Evil Remake games and now Resident Evil Village.
Although a part of Village’s success is owed to the internet craze around the horror game. especially towards Lady Dimitrescu, the game’s antagonist.
Nevertheless, Capcom has managed to keep fans happy with a barrage of excellent games. Now it’s time to see how the game holds up in the coming days. Most importantly, how the Resident Evil series holds up after Resident Evil Village. A game that is very different in terms of story and lore, gameplay than the other RE games.
Resident Evil Village is out now for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4 PlayStation5, and PC.
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