The latest figures showing LawBreakers concurrent players provided by SteamSpy show that Cliff Bleszinski’s newest game is struggling to gather momentum, on PC at least. On the 11th October, SteamSpy logged that there were 13 players online, just enough to fill a 5 vs 5 game. Later that same day, the player numbers hit a PSU (Peak Simultaneous Users) of 84.
Of course, weekdays aren’t a great measure as most gaming happens on weekends. This past weekend, the concurrent users peaked at 135 and 122 for Saturday and Sunday. The last big spike for the game came at the end of September when a free play weekend took place. On Saturday, 29th September the game it 1,055 concurrent users at its peak.
Concurrent users represent how many unique players are online at any given time. What it doesn’t tell us is how many unique users play per day. In the last 2 weeks, the game has seen 12,436 players and has just shy of 72,000 active players since the game launched back in August.
As mentioned, these figures only represent what Steam reports and SteamSpy collects, what the figures look like on PlayStation 4 is another thing, something that Sony and Boss Key Productions know.
LawBreakers is available now on PC and PlayStation 4.