Steam, the world’s largest digital gaming platform, has increased its range of games in its library to 50,000. Let’s also mention that this number, which applies to the US store, does not include games that have been removed for a variety of reasons, such as copyright infringement and community guidelines.
Number of games listed on Steam reached 50,000
Steam, which was attacked by players due to the recently launched Lunar Calendar New Year Discounts, has exceeded the 50,000 threshold in the number of games it lists in its library.
This astronomical number, which applies to the US store, includes only games that can only be played on Steam at this time. As you know, there are many games removed from the store for many other reasons, such as copyright issues, complaints from players, expired license agreements, and community violations.
So, want to know the total price of the more than 50,000 games listed on Steam? According to a constantly updated calculation, the money that will come out of your pocket to get every game in the store is $585,036!
Steam, which reached a very important milestone in 2020 by reaching more than 120 million monthly users, added nearly 10,000 new games to its US store last year.
Steam continues to break back-to-back records
Steam, which has given significant intimidation to its biggest competitors, the Epic Games Store, is one of the most interesting digital platforms, especially during the pandemic. As a matter of fact, the numbers confirm that.
The platform reached 23.3 million simultaneous players in March 2020, when the coronavirus pandemic gained a global dimension, and improved this record with 25.4 million on January 2, 2021.
Steam set a new record last weekend, reaching 26.4 million simultaneous players, and announced that 7.3 million of that number were actively playing games.