Three months after its release, the number of concurrent players of Xbox’s poorly-reviewed early 2023 exclusive “Redfall” has dropped to single digits at times.
According to PCGamesN, the player count now dips low enough that at certain times of the day in early October, it was not possible to fill a four-player co-op lobby as fewer than four players were playing the game via Steam.
Upon launch, the game debuted with 6,124 concurrent players on Steam on Day 1 in late April – a number that quickly dwindled below 100 by June.
It has been worked out by VGC that the game hit a single-figure player count at some point every single day for the last week of September/first week of October.
“Redfall” is also available on Game Pass for both Xbox and PC, which are likely where most people are accessing the title. Even so, it’s a damning indictment on a game Bethesda says it is going to keep working on.
In the last day or so, the numbers have seen a jump to the mid-two-digits as Bethesda released a promised 60fps patch and made changes to the game’s combat and gameplay.