You’d have to be a fool to doubt PUBG‘s dominance of the Xbox One platform. With so much hype surrounding the game, and PC players positively smitten by the experience, it would have taken a herculean effort to resist the temptation of the Xbox One version.
Though the game is in the Xbox “Game Preview” stage, and could be buggy and unstable as hell, that has stopped players picking it up.
PUBG Corp.’s CEO CH Kim has today announced that the total PUBG player count, when you combine PC and Xbox One figures, has now surpassed 30 million.
2017 has been a phenomenal year for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. With over 30 million players globally across PC platforms and the Xbox Game Preview program, we owe the success we’ve experienced this year to the community, whose passion has inspired all of us here at PUBG Corp. to make the very best game we can. We’ll continue to fine tune the Battle Royale experience and will introduce additional in-game content, including new crates, to become available in early 2018.
Wow, that is a lot of players!
Are you one of the 30 million that has picked up PUBG on PC or Xbox One? Let us know.
In other PUBG news, the Xbox One “Game Preview” version entered the UK sales charts at #4, Minkonet is providing the tech behind the new 3D replay and killcam features, and a map selection option is coming to the game at some point after launch.