Street Fighter 6 is already the most played fighting game on Steam

The latest entry in the fighting game franchise from Capcom, Street Fighter 6 It broke the all-time concurrent players record on Steam making it the most played fighting game of all time on PC. I think it’s safe to say that “CapGod” is back.

Street Fighter 6 Released today for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and PC. according to Street Fighter 6‘s SteamDB On the page, Fighter reached an all-time high of 65,873 players. For comparison, its predecessor Street Fighter 5 It reached an all-time high of 14,783 players when it was released back in 2016.

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Street Fighter 6Its player count not only makes it the most played fighting game in its franchise, but it also has more players at launch on PC than its series competitors. Tekken 7 (18,966) and more from NetherRealm Studios’ Mortal Kombat X (15,743) And Mortal Kombat 11‘s (35147) all-time peak player numbers according to SteamDB.

For posterity, concurrent players on Steam is the number of people playing a video game at any given moment. The all-time peak is the largest player count a game has ever seen, which usually occurs on or near release day. As of the time of writing this verbatim paragraph, Street Fighter 6The all-time player peak increased to 66,264 players. That’s a lot of players.


Street Fighter 6Steam ratings are currently at “very positiveWith a fair share of fans leaving fun comments Hungry after basic character listThey make fun of Ryu’s lack of technical skills (on the cell phone), and praising how well the fighting game’s undo grid code is.

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In our review of Street Fighter 6Played on PlayStation 5, Kenneth Shepherd said the game’s “energetic street battles” as well as its “sloppy visual style” made it feel like “a complete and complete game from the get-go, that won’t need to be overhauled and stretched with endless updates later.”

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