Redfall Has Now Lost More Than Half Of Its Concurrent Players Since Release

The situation for Redfall has now gone from bad to worse, with no hope at the end of the tunnel.

Story Highlights

  • It has only been a few days since Redfall’s release, and we are already seeing a huge decline in concurrent players.
  • This inexorable event was due to Redfall failing to deliver a satisfying experience, especially since it was one of the most-awaited titles for a long period.
  • Redfall peaked at 6,1k concurrent players on SteamDB soon after release, which has crumbled down to an average of 1.5k.

According to SteamDB, Redfall’s concurrent player count now sits at 1,807 playersa massive decline from its all-time peak of 6,124. Following the game’s rocky release, it appears that many have already hopped off the vampire experience ahead of time as the developers figure out how to take it from here and restore some semblance of hope for this much-anticipated Microsoft exclusive. 

Redfall SteamDB
Redfall Steam Charts.

Redfall has been out for only a few days, and we are already seeing a huge decline in its player count. Considering that the game was one of the most awaited Microsoft exclusives, nobody would have guessed its current state. Following the game’s release though, this doesn’t come off as a surprise. As such, many of the game’s players have already lost hope and seem to have departed the title. 

Arkane’s new vampire-oriented shooter currently has around 70% negative reviews on Steam, and after skimming through the lot, you can witness that the majority have already refunded the game. Even those who received the game for free with some deal report that they feel cheated, stating, “I got this game for free with my graphics card, and I still feel ripped off.

According to SteamDB, Twitch viewers of the title have also seen a huge landslide, crumbling from 151k to a measly 10k Twitch viewers at best. These stats are enough to tell us that it would take a miracle to save Redfall at this point. 

In other news, Starfield is set to release on 6th September, which could be the big break that Microsoft needs at this point. Redfall has been out since May 2 for Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, and PC, effectively skipping previous-gen consoles, but to no apparent avail.  

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Ahmed Mansoor is a News Writer who has a deep passion for single-player adventure games. He loves to keep tabs on the gaming and technology industries and loves to break stories that interest his audience. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and several years of experience writing for games. Experience: 3+ Years || Education: Bachelor's in Journalism || Written 600+ News Stories.

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