It’s clear that MMO players really want to come together to see what’s next for their chosen title. This has been proven by Warframe, as this year’s virtual TennoCon event is said to have drawn a large number of players into the game to break some concurrency and interaction records.
During the event, Warframe seems to have moved into Steam’s top 10 highest coins ever for a free to play game on the platform, with more than 180,000 people online at that time. The event also saw the game take the #1 spot of the day on Twitch with 540,000 viewers and become the only title in the top 5 concurrent viewership streams to have the highest peak of 2021 to date, and witnessed the participation of Twitter that brought the game name to the global trending list platform.
All the excitement about what? Well, there was the reveal of The New War expansion as well notice Cross-platform play and mobile version growing. For those who missed the whole show, the official website there is a complete summary of events.
https://massivelyop.com/2021/07/24/warframe-hit-new-concurrency-and-engagement-records-during-its-digital-tennocon-2021-event/ | Warframe hit new concurrency and engagement records during its digital TennoCon 2021 event