PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has grown into among the most popular shooters this season, and now the PC version of the game reached (another) huge milestone.
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This morning, Steam’s official statistics site demonstrated that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds had passed three million concurrent users on the stage, with today’s peak sitting in 3,106,358, far exceeding the game holding the number two place, Dota 2 by well more than 2 million players. Obviously, it’s’s no surprise that this game would eventually surpass three million simultaneous players. Back in September, the title reached a million parallel players and two million back at October and that the game has exited from Early Access it was only a matter of time until more players began rolling in.
Speaking of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, yesterday PUBG Corp. introduced its first update since the game rendered Historical Access. Aside from fixing numerous lag issues, the new update also introduced a Killcam and 3D Replay feature into the game.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is currently on PC. In the event you haven’t, check out DualShockers’ ideas about the game, which was reviewed by our Features Editor, Ryan Meitzler. Or if you own an Xbox One, the game is now available on Microsoft’s console within their Xbox Game Preview Program, which received one million players within the initial 48 hours of its launch.