Around 10 Million Gamers Rally Around The Finals In Just A Fortnight

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Making its debut at The Game Awards, the action-packed shooter The Finals quickly gained 10 million players worldwide within just two weeks of its release. This is a testament to the expertise of Embark Studios, whose team members have previously worked on acclaimed games such as Battlefield and Battlefront.

The High-Octane Shooter The Finals Reaches 10 Million Players Within A Fortnight

Embark Studios announced on X (previously known as Twitter) that The Finals had reached 10 million players. In our comprehensive review of The Finals, we praised its combination of environmental destruction and team-focused strategy, allowing players to execute heists and achieve global success. The latest update, version 1.4.0, has addressed many criticisms, particularly regarding the gameplay of the Heavy class.

A lingering issue is the presence of cheats that can unfairly impact match outcomes. Despite ongoing efforts to address this, the game has still attracted a significant audience, with 200,000 players on Steam within the first 24 hours of release.

As The Finals is free to play, players are encouraged to try it out and judge for themselves whether it lives up to its growing popularity. The game features a variety of characters, each with unique abilities. Those interested in the grappling hook mechanic may find our guide on the best light class configurations helpful, and our tips on the top gadgets for each class can improve gameplay.

Furthermore, The Finals is introducing a festive Holiday event with Twitch drops for personalized in-game flair. Like any evolving game, The Finals’ ability to maintain and expand its player base relies on continuous updates and innovations. Presently, the game is available on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S platforms.

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