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CS GO Breaks Concurrent Player Record Again

CS GO Breaks Concurrent Player Record Again

CS Go has once again broken its own player record. The game reached 1.4 million concurrent players this week.

CS GO manages to hold the record for concurrent players even exactly 11 years after its release on Steam. The production, which broke the record by reaching the highest number of simultaneous players twice in February, broke its own record once again this month. CS GO reached a record 1.32 million users in February . This month, the production is 1.4 million at the same time. players at the same time.

The new record was announced on Twitter by the game’s developers over the weekend . In the tweet shared on the official Twitter account, the developers thanked the gaming communities. Game data was snapped from SteamDB, and the game’s instant player count dropped to just under half a million over the course of a week. This was the biggest indicator of how successful the game was.

CS GO Is Pretty Successful This Year

Before February’s new record, CS GO’s concurrent user record was 1,308,963 . However, this record was broken three years ago. That’s why 2023 seems to be a very successful year for CS. A few information has been published that a new version called Counter Strike 2 may be on the way. Most likely, the players turned to CS GO as the reason for these rumors.

While there has been no official statement on this from Valve, Steam or anyone else, according to a recent NVIDIA leak, files named “cs2” and “csgo2” were found. That’s why a sequel announcement may come soon. In addition, we have prepared the Best CSGO Turkish Server List that you can play with pleasure before. If you wish, you can take a look at our game-related content here . Players who are considering downloading the game can review the CSGO system requirements here .

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