Steam Charts data, a self-explanatory resource that tracks the number of users playing respective games, has revealed that for a brief period of time, on May 3, 2022, 1 singular user was playing the Square Enix published, and PlatinumGames developed Babylon’s Fall. While this title has been doing rather poorly in all manner of ways, this recent figure is a new low for this underwhelming, critically panned experience.
Even with a NieR:Automata collaboration, it’s clear that Babylon’s Fall is facing severe difficulty with finding its player base, and it warrants questioning what paths there are left to take. Square Enix and PlatinumGames are transparent in their continued support of this title, but there must be a limit to how long that generosity will last. For now, we’ll have to see if support ends up getting canceled or if alternative ways to resurge interest take root, such as taking the free-to-play route.
Credit to VideoGamesChronicle for bringing attention to this noteworthy news.
During gameplay, players can take control of various characters through fantasy-style levels. Players can get through the game alone, but there are also 4-player online options. Further, characters will take on a mission that never ends, even though there is a narrative. Moreover, players will fight through various fields of enemies as they collect loot and take on combat challenges.
Babylon’s Fall is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC via Steam.
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