Resident Evil 4 Remake Hits Peak Steam Concurrent User Count of Over 168,000 Players

That’s Capcom Resident Evil 4 That a remake would be a huge critical and commercial success was hardly ever in doubt, given the legacy of the original game and Capcom’s recent history with the series, and that has been proven absolutely true over the past few days and weeks. . We recently reported that the survival horror remake enjoyed the series’ biggest launch ever on Steam to date, but it seems to have kept that momentum going past that as well.

In accordance SteamDBon launch day, which is March 24, Resident Evil 4’s the remake saw a peak concurrent user count of 140,240 players on Steam. Meanwhile, the next day, March 25, it went on to enjoy an even more impressive peak, reaching 168,191 players on Steam. That, of course, is also the highest Steam concurrent user count peak ever Resident Evil never enjoyed a game so far.

In our review of the remake, we awarded it a score of 10/10, saying, “Resident Evil 4 conveys the tone and strengths of the original game perfectly, while also managing to improve it in truly meaningful ways. In doing so, it once again becomes the standard bearer for the survival horror genre, while also setting a new bar for Capcom as a developer, for video game remakes, and for the Resident Evil franchise as a whole.” Read the full review here.

Resident Evil 4’s remake is available now on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, and PC. It will get The Mercenaries as free DLC on April 7, while free PlayStation VR2-exclusive DLC is also in the works. Meanwhile, reports claim that one Ada Separate Roads campaign is also being developed as paid DLC.

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