Halo: Reach finally arrived at Steam yesterday and, as expected, gained immediate success! During the early hours, it managed to surprise everyone and everything by jumping to fourth place in the platform’s most popular game ranking.
Interestingly enough, it even left behind extremely popular games like GTA V and Destiny 2, having been beaten only by the giants PUBG, Dota 2 and Counter-Strike GO.
Halo: Reach had more than 150 1,000 players at once!
In less than an hour, Halo: Reach was able to accumulate more than 100 1,000 players. Even more impressive was the maximum number of simultaneous players, which reached 161 1,000 players. This is undoubtedly an impressive value, which once again is only beaten by the three Steam giants.
Currently, the values are back to “normal”, but Halo: Reach still succeeds. maintain an impressive legion of fans online. Occupying the 7th position in the Steam rankings, it has managed to maintain about thousand players online.
Nostalgia and accessibility were the big secret of success
Halo: Reach was originally released on 2010, becoming a smash hit that brought many gamers to the Xbox 360. His undisputed success led to the studio deciding to do a remake for PC.
In addition to the great nostalgia brought on by the game, many fans were curious about what Halo: Reach would look like with modern graphics and on a “modern” computer.
One of the biggest strengths was the fact that the studio has made Halo: Reach accessible to virtually any fan, not requiring a computer with high end specs. For a better idea, you’ll be able to play at 4K resolution at 60 fps with a 6-year graphics card.