Although it is true that we usually think of Steam only in terms of games, gaming is not everything that inhabits the Valve platform. Along with Call of Duty, Half-Life and others, there are also applications, and today we are seeing how one of these has come to reEsports Extrason the platform. What is VPet and why are you having such high player peaks?
Released the day before yesterday so completely free on Steam, VPet is one of those things that you would never believe would make it big on Steam. This program allows you to decorate your desktop with an anime girl that walks around it. It seems pretty silly, but it has become a success in the store.
The inexplicable success of VPet on Steam
Accumulating more than 2,200 reviews (of which 98% are positive) and reaching peaks of players of 73,843 concurrent players, This strange proposal is ranked number 14 of the most “played” on Steam. So much so that it is a few thousand users away from breaking the record of the last 24 hours of Call of Duty HQ itself, the application from which both Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0 are launched.
But where did this game come from? Well, its creators let us know that their objective with VPet is to promote VUP-Simulator, their paid game currently in early access. In this, your job will be to become an online presenter/content creator and control all aspects of your career. From the content you make or the interaction with fans, even your setup and hardwareyou will have to be aware of everything.
Be that as it may, if you are only interested in the pet —with which you can interact, almost like a Tamagotchi—, VPet is there, It’s free and you can download it now. Who knows, you may be the user who manages to dethrone Call of Duty by this strange title, at least for a day.
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