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“Redfall” Hits Single Digit Players On Steam

by Macky Briones

Xbox’s exclusive game “Redfall” has been facing major setbacks since its release earlier this year. The game, which received poor reviews from critics, has seen a drastic drop in the number of concurrent players. According to PCGamesN, the player count has dropped to single digits at times, making it impossible to fill a four-player co-op lobby.

When “Redfall” was launched in late April, it debuted with 6,124 concurrent players on Steam. However, this number quickly dwindled below 100 by June. The decline in player count has been consistent, with the game hitting a single-digit player count every day for the past week of September and the first week of October.

While it is worth mentioning that “Redfall” is also available on Game Pass for both Xbox and PC, where most players are likely accessing the game, the low player count is still concerning. Bethesda, the game’s developer, has expressed its commitment to improving the game despite the lack of enthusiasm from players.

In recent news, there has been a slight increase in player numbers after Bethesda released a promised 60fps patch and made changes to the game’s combat and gameplay. However, it remains to be seen whether these updates will be enough to revive interest in “Redfall” and attract more players.

The decline in player count for “Redfall” raises questions about the game’s overall quality and appeal. Despite the efforts of the developers to improve the game, it seems that the initial negative reviews have significantly impacted its reputation. It will be interesting to see how Bethesda addresses these issues and whether they can make a comeback in the gaming community.

In conclusion, Xbox’s exclusive game “Redfall” has faced significant challenges since its release, with the number of concurrent players dropping to single digits at times. Despite efforts to update and improve the game, it remains to be seen whether these changes will be enough to revive interest and attract more players to the game.

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