Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) has once again broken the PC concurrent user record 11 years after launching on Steam and just a month after setting the last record.

The shooter, which has now been around in one form or another for over 20 years, recently surpassed its own concurrent record, hitting an all-time high of 1.32 million players last month.

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In a tweet on the game’s official Twitter account over the weekend, the team thanked its 1.4 million Twitter followers for “organizing and playing CS:GO today,” making it a very smooth transition to celebrating the shooter’s all-new concurrent record.

According to SteamDByesterday, 1,420,183 players contributed to a new record, with the game barely dipping below half a million concurrent users for the entire week.

Before the new record in February, the number of concurrent users of CS:GO was 1,308,963 players. But this record was set three years ago, and as you probably remember, something happened at that time that unexpectedly detained us at home. This makes these record numbers of users especially impressive.

The new record appeared in just a few days after reports hinted that a new version of CS:GO – likely to be called Counter-Strike 2 – could be on the way.

There hasn’t been any official word on this from Valve, Steam, or anyone else though, so all we can do now is chalk it up to rumors if the recent NVIDIA leak is correct and the executables named “cs2″ and ” csgo2″ ” has indeed been revealed, the beta version could be launched as early as this month. Watch this space.