Team Fortress 2 is a multiplayer shooter game that some people play seriously and others play for fun. Although Valve does not update the game very often, the player community is growing day by day. In fact, this growth has increased so fast in recent days that the game broke the all-time concurrent player record.
Team Fortress 2 brought together more than 150.000 players at once, according to Steamdb, the website that shows active players in games available on Steam. This was an unprecedented number in Team Fortress 2 history. The record number is exactly 151.253 players according to the data.
What makes this situation even more interesting is that the game was released in the fall of 2007. Launched with Portal and Half-Life 2: Episode 2, the game became completely free after a while, and the number of players has been increasing ever since. This event can cause the number of players to increase even more and even make the developers fall on the game even more.