Manor Lords Crushes City Builder Steam Record with 170K Concurrent

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Manor Lords Crushes City Builder Steam Record with 170K Concurrent

In a monumental achievement for the city builder genre, the newly released game Manor Lords has shattered the all-time record for concurrent players on Steam. According to SteamDB data, Manor Lords reached a staggering peak of 173,178 concurrent players within 24 hours of its early access launch.

This unprecedented player count for a city builder game far surpasses the previous records held by titans like Sid Meier's Civilization VI, which had an all-time peak of 162,657 concurrent players, and Cities: Skylines II, which peaked at 104,697 concurrent players.

Developed by Slavic Magic and published by Hooded Horse, Manor Lords allows players to experience the life of a medieval lord. They can grow their starting village into a bustling city, manage intricate resource chains and production lines, and expand their lands through military conquest.

The medieval city builder's publisher, Hooded Horse, announced the game's remarkable success on Twitter, stating that Manor Lords had already sold over 1 million copies and hit the highest-ever concurrent player count for a city builder, or even for other genres like grand strategy, 4X, and colony sims.



With the game also available on PC Game Pass, Epic Games Store, and GOG, the total player count is likely even higher than the record-breaking 173,178 peak on Steam alone.

With its meteoric rise, Manor Lords has firmly established itself as a powerhouse in the city builder genre, captivating audiences worldwide with its unique blend of medieval city management and real-time strategy gameplay.


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