Following the Steam stats may indicate which game performs the best, and during 2019 FromSoftware’s Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has managed to break some records, but not as much nowaday’s Total War: Three Kingdoms. The concurrent player count for Total War: Three Kingdoms raised to 191,816, considering it as the firmest release for 2019.
Steam as a digital reseller platform offers the publishers to expose their creations but also notify its consumers for the best performing game. If you avoid the concurrent player base number, Total War: Three Kingdoms also managed to hit the top-selling charts with the number one placement.
Having the all-time peak higher than Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, definitely gifts Creative Assembly a free-will to praise about their recent milestone. The player count has grown up to ~40,000, and the recent wave of positive reviews creates a further player income.
Total War: Three Kingdoms is also bound to receive new content during its period. It is supposed to come within different packs, including a wide array of chapters.