The player shooting the Overgrown enemy with a shotgun in Fallout 76 Atlantic City

Fallout 76 Hits Record High Concurrent Player Count

Fallout 76 has surpassed its previous number of 38,000 concurrent players to set a record-high player count amidst Steam sales.

The new Fallout TV Series on Amazon Prime has breathed new life into the video game franchise, with all the titles receiving a 200% player increase. Fallout 76 and Fallout 4 have received the most significant movement, with both ranking firmly in the top 10 sellers on Steam.

The Fallout Amazon Price TV show has revitalized players’ love for the franchise. On top of this, there is a huge Fallout Franchise Sale on Steam, which allows you to purchase every single Fallout game in a single discounted bundle. Furthermore, you can actually jump into Fallout 76 and try the game entirely free for the next few days.

Fallout 76 has also hit a brand-new concurrent player count of 39,455, the highest number since the game came to Steam on April 14, 2020.

Fortunately, Fallout 76 is a completely different game than when it first came out. Initially, it was a buggy mess, with players experiencing constant server crashes and glitches. However, since then, Bethesda has continued to improve the game, releasing constant updates and content to keep fans satisfied.

We were fortunate enough to preview the latest Atlantic City update, and we stated, “It’s clear that players have every reason to be excited about the upcoming Fallout 76 update, Atlantic City: Boardwalk Paradise. The commitment to making each playthrough distinct and rewarding with randomized objectives and events ensures a dynamic and engaging gaming session every time.”

New Concurrent Player Count for Fallout 76 (Source: SteamDB)
New Concurrent Player Count (Source: SteamDB)

That’s everything you need to know about Fallout 76’s record-setting 24 hours. Are you playing the games again or watching the series? Let us know in the comments below!