Released on February 15, now a week ago, Return’s PC version is struggling to convince players playing on this platform.
With a peak of 6,691 players simultaneously on Steam, he is the second first title of Sony to be completely ignored by the PC community, the first place returning to Sack boy a Big Adventure and its painful 610 players simultaneously (the peak
recorded in addition).

We are far from the figures obtained by other games such as the 2018 God of War with its 74,000 players, Marvel’s Spider-Man and its 66,000 connections, Horizon Zero Dawn and its 56,000 people connected simultaneously and Days Gone with its
28,000 recorded players.
The absence of a hype around Return is not attributed to the game, because big licenses like Uncharted have also planted on PC, which proves that all PlayStation exclusives do not necessarily meet the same success on another medium.
We remember that Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection had gathered a peak of 10,851 simultaneous players when it was released.
Like what success is not always guaranteed, even by calling himself Nathan Drake…