Sony Computer Entertainment released the new Comunities feature just yesterday, and after a little more than twenty-four hours we can definitely say that it was well received.
There are already a few communities that have reached their cap of 10,000 users, forcing their creators to open overflow communities working as a sort of waiting list. That’s the case with Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain‘s community, that has already an overflow of over 3,000 members, and Destiny‘s biggest group.
Destiny doesn’t hust have its main 10,000-strong communities, but also three relatively smaller ones counting between 2,000 and 3,200 members each.
Otherr large communities include Star Wars: Battlefront, The Last of Us, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Minecraft.
There’s even a nicely sized community dedicated to JRPGs and RPGs, and those for members of popular environments like Reddit and NeoGaf (which counts 1,620 members even if the screenshots below says 1, since it’s a closed community).
I knew the feature would have been popular, but it actually caught up faster than I expected. Below you can see all the community I could find that count over 1,000 members at the moment of this writing.