Infinite Warfare Currently Has Less Players Than Farming Simulator 17 On Steam

The latest installment within the Call of Duty franchise, Infinite Warfare, may of had one of the biggest game releases of 2016 and topped UK...
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    The latest installment within the Call of Duty franchise, Infinite Warfare, may of had one of the biggest game releases of 2016 and topped UK sales charts today... Despite this, it's off to a very rough start over on Steam.

    It was only today that the UK's Top 10 selling games were announced and the results were to be expected. As with every year, Call of Duty comes out on-top within the first week of release. However, the stats from that chart are only across the PS4 and XBOX One, which is no wonder considering the dwindling figures on Steam.

    At the time of this article going live, the official steam statistics show that the game is severely under-performing against games like Farming Simulator 17 for example. Where Infinite Warfare is averaging roughly 15,436 daily users, Farming Simulator 17 is averaging roughly 26,044. This is nearly double the average users of Infinite Warfare, which is certainly an eye opening statistic for the team behind the game. Titles such as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Fallout 4 and Rocket League are also out-performing the FPS.

    The statistics above obviously don't include Origin and UPlay but following on from the weak Steam figures, it won't be dramatically different - this is yet to be confirmed though.

    It has not been announced how well the Modern Warfare Remaster is performing on Steam, however it's unclear if this statistic is tied in with Infinite Warfare's. Thinking back to the initial release trailers for the game, it received record-breaking dislikes but people were adamant this wouldn't make any difference once the game has been released... It seems they were wrong, with this game being the worst-performing Call of Duty title on Steam ever.

    What do you think of this news? What can Infinity Ward do to combat this issue? Let us know in the comments below!

    Source: PressA2Join

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  1. ZacOnCrac
    Personally I think all COD's under-perform on steam due to most people owning FPS's that are a fraction of the price and not yearly re-skins of previous games. *cough*csgo*cough*Arma*cough*
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  2. goss34
    Never seen any FPS do a great job on PC, but nonetheless this is still surprising.
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    2. goss34
      Well I guess FPS games that were primarily focused for console and then PC as the next step. CS:GO was PC first and then console.
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    3. Crooks
      Actually, CS:GO was initially a port of CS:S for Xbox Live Arcade, but then **** happened and we got CS:GO.
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    4. goss34
      I didn't know that! Well I guess the **** happened for the best!
  3. M0B5TA
    didn't cod have some issue on steam? but anyway I wish I can trade in cod for farm sim lol.
  4. 3xTiNcT
    On steam.. lol
    1. Harry
      You can't take away from the fact though, this is the worst performing COD title on Steam in history.
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  6. Pyroman
    Saw this on Reddit, and i'm not really surprised. Cod hasn't been that big on PC.
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