Rust once again breaks its record for connected players according to Steam Charts and SteamDB

Rust once again breaks its record for connected players according to Steam Charts and SteamDB

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Game news Rust once again breaks its record for connected players according to Steam Charts and SteamDB

Helped by the mobilization of several renowned streamers, Rust broke his attendance record at the beginning of January with around 134,500 players connected simultaneously. This record is now to be thrown, since it was broken this weekend according to data from Steam Charts and SteamDB.

And as much to say that things were not done by half, since according to Steam Charts, the new record is 244,394 players connected at the same time, while SteamDB estimated that this number is 245,243. So this new peak, recorded on January 17th, is almost twice the previous one, which should delight the developers of the title.

If you don’t know Rust, this is a survival game that began its commercial existence in 2013, at a time when games in the genre were relatively few. Over the years, the title has evolved, and has built a solid community. On average, it is estimated that there are between 75,000 and 100,000 players connected every day. As a reminder, the title was expected in 2020 on PS4 and Xbox One, but those versions have been pushed back to an unknown date.

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