The strategy role-playing mix Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord continues to swim on a big wave of success. The number of players on Steam has not dropped since the remarkable launch, but has even increased significantly. The peak was more than 200,000 concurrent users.
Only fell earlier this week the starting signal for the early access phase for the strategy RPG mix Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord – with great success. Shortly after the launch, the game had more than 150,000 simultaneous active users and landed in front of such popular competitors as the first-person shooter Doom Eternal and Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem. But apparently it wasn't just an initial flash in the pan: Usually, the number of players drops significantly shortly after the launch of a new game – but not in this case.
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As can be seen from the statistics of Steamdb.info, there has even been a further increase in the past few days. The highest value of Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord is now more than 220,000 simultaneously active players. It is exactly 228,662. That is enough for a jump into the top 5 of the currently most played titles on Steam. At the moment, the strategy RPG mix from TaleWorlds Entertainment has just over 138,000 players active at the same time, so that it still has titles like the open-world action game Grand Theft Auto 5, the multiplayer shooter Rainbow Six: Siege and the action role-playing game Monster Hunter World.
However, there is no official information on the current sales figures for Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord. In this regard, the developers are currently keeping a low profile.
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