Babylon Falls’ simultaneous global number of players drops to less than 10 on PC

Platinum Games’ besieged new release, Babylon’s Fall, continues to fight only a month after release.

As discovered by TechRadar, according to SteamCharts – a website that predictably maps the gaming performance on Steam – the global number of concurrent players for the new game dropped to just eight players on Wednesday, April 13th. Its highest peak ever has only 1166 players.

In the last 30 days, the average number of players has been only 137 simultaneous people.

The news comes just a few weeks after Platinum Games confirmed that there are “no plans” to downscale the development of Babylon’s Fall despite its less-than-fantastic launch month.

Not only did the collaboration between Square Enix and Platinum Games launch to mediocre reviews, it also struggled to attract much interest from players. Just two weeks after the launch, Square launched a study in an effort to help “bring everyone an even better gaming experience”, and now the team is eager to let you know that despite the issues, the content is up to season 2. ” practically complete “and the work on season 3 is already underway.

If you have not yet experienced Babylon’s Fall, but still find yourself fascinated, a demo – which includes co-op for four players – is currently available for PC and PlayStation. All progress during your free trial can be transferred if you decide to go ahead and download the full version of Babylon’s Fall.