The Binding of Isaac: Repentance attracts over 60,000 concurrent gamers on Steam
The final DLC pack for The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth launched this week, and followers have flocked to attempt it. Over 60,000 concurrent gamers have been recorded, coming near the indie recreation‘s years outdated file.
Courtesy of SteamDB, on the time of writing, 60,780 gamers have been taking part in the horror recreation directly, simply 10,000 wanting the all-time file of 70,232, set again in 2015. The heightened curiosity is pushed by The Binding of Isaac: Repentance, the ultimate growth for the roguelike recreation, which guarantees “extra options, enhancements and new secrets and techniques, too many secrets and techniques, than most video games would come with in an official sequel.”
500 hours of latest gameplay is included, making it the “final version” of Isaac’s adventures. Over 5,000 new rooms, 100 new enemies, 25 new bosses, and over 130 new gadgets are among the many additions. Repentance began life as a mod, The Binding of Isaac: Antibirth, and creator Edmund McMillen revered it a lot, he determined to work with the modding workforce to combine it into the action-adventure recreation correctly as Isaac’s swansong.
Right here’s a trailer: