Halo Infinite bounced back to 200,000 concurrent Steam users after Fracture: Tenrai
It's still the third most-played game on Steam currently.
Yesterday we reported about the first multiplayer event for Halo Infinite, called Fracture: Tenrai. It's free to participate in and also have plenty of Japanese infused cosmetic items to unlock. And clearly this was what the fans wanted, as the number of players once again bounced back to more than 200,000 concurrent players yesterday (215 058 to be precise) for the second time in nine days.