Doom Eternal came out today—you may have heard something about that—and it’s off to what can conservatively be called a pretty good start, surpassing 100,000 peak concurrent users on Steam (104,727 at the moment), and 115,000 viewers on Twitch.

That puts Doom Eternal well into the top ten games on Steam by player count, slightly ahead of Destiny 2 but still well behind Grand Theft Auto 5 and Football Manager 2020. It’s also well over double the peak concurrent player mark set by Doom, which according to SteamDB notched up a little more than 44,000 players in May 2016.

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