Valve’s new non-existent game already has more players than Payday 3

This is not to add fuel to the fire but it is absurd to realize that Deadlock, the video game not yet announced by Valve, already has more active players than Payday 3.\r\nDeadlock has not yet been officially announced, but after the leak a few weeks ago some indirect confirmations have arrived including the SteamDB page which is officially tracking the shooter’s users.\r\nAnd, as you can see from the tables, it is already gathering more active users at the same time than Payday 3.\r\nDeadlock, a video game that still officially exists, averaging around 1000 active players at its peak in the last 24 hours. Payday 3 has 400 players.\r\nDeadlock appears to be a hero-based third-person shooter, with 6v6 battles on large four-lane maps. There are abilities and items along with tower defense style mechanics, while the setting is described as fantasy with steampunk.\r\nThe fact that Payday 2 could be more popular than Payday 3 makes sense, however surreal. Fans were inevitably disappointed by the way in which Starbreeze wanted to relaunch the franchise and, out of nostalgia and disappointment, they returned en masse to the previous chapter.\r\nBut what a formally secret video game, only recently started in a beta phase closed for some users privately awaiting a launch with great fanfare, is more popular than a game that is even offered for free on some platforms is truly grotesque.\r\nWith almost 40 thousand user reviews at the time of writing this article, Payday 3 has a rating\

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