Despite becoming the second biggest release of 2016 and topping the UK sales charts today, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has endured a less than triumphant start to life on PC with a horrendously low current user count on Steam.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare currently has less concurrent players on Steam than the recently released Farming Simulator 2017 and several older titles.
At the time of writing Steam Stats show Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare to have a daily peak of 15,436 users compared to Farming Simulator 17 which has almost double the user count with 26,044 and pail in comparison to the likes of older titles such as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Fallout 4 and Rocket League.
Of course, these stats only take into account users on Steam and not that of Origin and UPlay, but even with those current stats Infinite Warfare is failing to beat other shooters such as Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege which launched in December of 2015.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare‘s announcement in May this year was met with a largely negative response, with its reveal trailer receiving a landslide of negative votes amidst anger from fans of the series in regards to the introduction of Modern Warfare Remastered as part of Infinite Warfare‘s special editions.
The game released last week and currently has an average Metacritic score of 80%.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is available now for PC, Xbox One and PS4.