PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) has reached yet another new sales milestone as the game has now sold over 30 million copies to date! However, not everything is going well with the hit battle royale game.
For the second straight time, the PUBG concurrent player numbers have once again dipped. According to Steam Charts, the game has steadily been declining after hitting an all-time high of over three million concurrent players.
Mind, even with the massive drop, the PUBG concurrent player count dwarfs everything in comparison. Heck, compile the other games’ concurrent player total, and PUBG would still win.
Is this a case of PUBG hitting is cap in terms of players? Is the popularity of the game waning? What do you make of it?
In other PUBG news, Bluehole has mentioned that the early PUBG roadmap of 2018 will be revealed “soon.” And for those curious, the Xbox One version is still getting a ton of players, so yeah, the game won’t be going anywhere anytime soon.