Babylon’s Fall Had Less Than 10 People Playing It On PC Last Week

As reported by TechRadar, who pulled performance data from SteamCharts, Babylon’s Fall is continuing to struggle to establish a player base after a month of release, managing less than ten concurrent players globally for PC last week.

The dip occurred on Wednesday, April 13 when the game hit a new low of just eight players.

While this is exceptionally poor, it is only compounded by the fact that over the month, the game has managed an average player count of just 137 at any one time.

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Its highest ever peak rests at a lowly 1,166 players.

Despite its poor reception critically, and with players clearly not wanting to buy in, developer Platinum Games has confirmed they currently have no plans to scale back the game’s development and plan on delivering the seasonal content as promised.


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