‘Dragon’s Dogma’ hits highest concurrent player peak on Steam in six years

Following the announcement of Dragon's Dogma 2, the original Dragon's Dogma reached a new high on Steam, with over 6,500 players playing at the same time, the most in six years.

Along with the announcement, the game went on sale on Steam for $5 (£3.83), representing an 84% discount.

In June, 6,582 players joined the game in a 24-hour period, up from 1,016 in May. You can find all of the information here.

Fans have been taking to Steam to leave "very positive" reviews, with over 600 being recorded recently, with the game currently at its most popular since February 2016, the month after it launched.

According to players, the game "never stops giving and will constantly challenge you to the fullest if you're not prepared.

Hundreds of reviews go on to say that the original Dragon's Dogma may be "the most underrated game ever," and that they hope Dragon's Dogma 2 will "follow up with a great performance."

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen is a massive open world game that offers a satisfying action combat experience.

Players embark on an adventure through a rich world with three AI companions known as Pawns, who fight independently based on the user's play style.

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