Resident Evil 4 Remake Breaks Steam Record with Over 168,191 Concurrent Players

Resident Evil 4 Remake

Capcom’s Resident Evil 4 remake has proven to be a massive success, with the survival horror game breaking records on Steam. The game's popularity was not surprising given the original's legacy and the series' previous success, but the numbers speak for themselves. In just a few days, Resident Evil 4’s remake has already achieved the biggest launch of any Resident Evil game on Steam to date.

SteamDB reports that on March 24, Resident Evil 4 Remake saw a peak concurrent user count of 140,240 players on launch day. The following day, the game reached an even more impressive peak of 168,191 players, setting a new record for the highest Steam concurrent user count any Resident Evil game has ever achieved.

Reviewers are also praising the remake, with our review awarding it a score of 10/10. Resident Evil 4 features an intricately crafted storyline that is both captivating and immersive. It effectively blends suspense, horror, and action to create a truly unforgettable gaming experience. Players feel like they're truly in the game's world thanks to developer for stunning visuals and haunting sound effects. Resident Evil 4 Remake become a standard-bearer for the survival horror genre once again, raising the bar for Capcom as a developer of video game remakes and Resident Evil franchise.

Resident Evil 4’s remake is now available on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, and PC. Fans can expect free DLC in the form of The Mercenaries on April 7 and free PlayStation VR2-exclusive DLC in the works. In addition, rumors suggest that Ada’s Separate Ways campaign is also in development as paid DLC.

It's clear that the Resident Evil 4 remake has exceeded expectations, breaking records and receiving high praise from critics. Fans of survival horror games are in a satisfying moment because new content will be released in the upcoming weeks and months.

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