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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has less concurrent players than Farming Simulator 2017

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has less concurrent players than Farming Simulator 2017

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has less concurrent players than Farming Simulator 2017

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has less concurrent players than Farming Simulator 2017

 
Right now Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has had a disastrous launch on PC, with the game having less concurrent players on Steam than Farming Simulator 2017 and several older titles like the original Counter-Strike, Left 4 Dead 2 and Arma 3.
 
At the time of writing Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has 13,118 concurrent players, with the game being thrashed by games like Farming Simulator 2017 with 21,220 current players and having fewer players than the Original Counter Strike which has 19,211 players. 
 
Even when compared to older shooters Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is doing badly on Steam, with Rainbow Six Siege having 12,368  concurrent players on Steam, which is a lower player count on Steam but does not include all of the games players on other PC gaming platforms like Origin and UPlay. 
 
 
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has less concurrent players than Farming Simulator 2017

 

To many, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's PC version is dead on arrival, sporting an awkwardly similar multiplayer experience to other recent Call of Duty titles. Worse still is Activision's decision to separate the multiplayer modes of the Steam and Windows Store versions of the game, dividing the player base and making it almost impossible for Windows Store users to actually find enough players for Multiplayer to function properly.

Right now Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is not even one of Steam's top 30 games, which a hugely disappointing for one of AAA gaming's most famous franchises. 

 

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06-11-2016, 08:04:12

AlienALX
I don't think it helps that they did not go for something like Denuvo.Quote

06-11-2016, 08:07:33

Warchild
Im glad its failing. Companies need to start reducing the number of releases and extending developer time to make them set apart from their predecessors. Same goes for Battlefield, Assassins creed, etcQuote

06-11-2016, 08:31:08

wozza365
To be fair to them, they did increase the CoD cycle to 3 years dev time with 3 different studios working simultaneously. 3 years is more than most. Although what they do in that time is beyond me. Jerk off perhaps?Quote

06-11-2016, 09:16:43

Greenback
That's because Farming simulator is better than any Cod game (I maybe a little biased)

Or everyone is playing on windows store

Well 1 person got the windows version, it's cheaper than steamsQuote

06-11-2016, 09:46:54

SeekaX
It's the fifth time in a row they've done the same setting and they've continuously made it worse with every iteration since BO2. Keeping the terrible elements and adding more terrible ideas on top, there's way too much going on in these games and way too little has any depth. It's like the episode from Futurama where they play blernsball. I hope this marks a turning point in the FPS genre, it has gotten progressively worse ever since gaming became a mainstream hobby. CSGO has shown that an FPS with few but well developed features can attract a large crowd and be financially viable, which hopefully indicates that people have matured enough to look past graphics and gimmicks, because neither one of them make for a rewarding experience long term.Quote
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