- Significantly reduced Finals Player number
- At least steamed
- Last month, it peaked with more than 240,000 additional players
- However, the index is now only around 30-60,000
“Every miracle lasts for three days,” the saying goes, though Finals In this case, this is not entirely true, it can now be confirmed by numbers that interest in the free-to-play shooter of Embark Studios, which operates as a subsidiary of Nexon, has decreased in an unusual way. At the end of December, we reported that around ten million users had thrown themselves into battles within two weeks, but not long after, dark clouds began gathering “thanks” to scammers and the time-consuming Battle Pass. For now, the star of the FPS that offers destructible environments and gunfights appears to have died.
At least on Valve's platform, based on SteamDB measurements, although the number of concurrent users reached 242,619 last month, in the last 24 hours only 65,310 players reached the peak, and at the time of writing, only 35,123 people were trying to raise funds. . The fact that so few honest players went under the hammer in the midst of the big purge has certainly contributed to the decline in interest, but more than that, the fact that many people are bored with the current content and are waiting for a renewal is thought to be more important. Whatever the case, at the moment, the promising software is not doing very well (at least on PC), so we will be watching with interest to see if it still manages to climb back to the top.