Once Human launched on Steam with 82,000 concurrent players and "mixed" reviews

On July 9, NetEase's Starry Studio released the multiplayer post-apocalyptic survival game Once Human on PC. The game managed to attract a large audience at launch.

Once Human

According to SteamDB data, on its debut day, Once Human's peak online player count on Steam reached 82,092. This made Once Human one of the biggest releases of 2024 on the platform, right after Chained Together (95,480 players) and Hades II (103,567 players).

Once Human online player count on Steam

However, Once Human made a mixed impression on players. At the time of writing this news, it had gathered 3,400 reviews on Steam, of which only 55% were positive. Negative reviews criticize Once Human for its extensive grinding, temporary inability to create a new character, and issues with server switching. Additionally, many players complain about the privacy policy, which requires disclosing personal data. On the positive side, users highlight its fun gameplay and interesting setting.

Write a comment...
Related news