About a month before, it was declared that Bluehole and Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene’s PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds bankrupt throughout the 1 million parallel player mark. Then, near the end of September, we discovered that it’d busted 1.5 million players. If you believed that player-count was about to slow down anytime soon, perhaps it’s time.
PlayerUnknown‘s Battlegrounds is well on its approach to two million concurrent players, according to the Steam player information obtained by Kotaku via Steam Charts. While Steam itself has around 16 million active users in its peak, roughly 1.96 million of the amount have consisted of individuals enjoying PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.
To possibly explain a little of how this concurrent player mark is achievable, it’so very important to note that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has thus far sold 13 million copies, and it still hasn’t been released on consoles. Once that occurs, the game is very likely to extend to amounts.
The game will be launch on Xbox One through its Xbox Game Preview app, but no release date was set aside sometime this season. The game is expected to see its whole launching in 2018.