PUBG breaks Steam record for most concurrent users with 1.3 million


Of course, what's most striking about the game's ongoing success and growth, which appears to show no signs of slowing, is that it's all happening before it's even left Early Access. And that's not all.

The game's popularity is no doubt helping Steam grow as well, with the digital storefront recently breaking the 15 million concurrent player mark, up a million since last January.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is now available on PC via Steam Early Access for $29.99 Dollars.

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PUBG has officially dethroned the previous record holder; the popular MOBA Dota 2. Imagine their surprise when it sold 10 times that within the first month after release! According to Greene, the studio thought that a number between 200,000 and 300,000 was a more appropriate amount for the game's first year.

"A lot of the [internal team], they really couldn't believe it", he told Polygon. That's right Dota 2's record for the most concurrent players on Steam has been broken by PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. "You know, I had faith in my own game mode ... but [10] million copies and number one on Steam in just under five months I think we're at now?" And that's where you will have a great chance to live in one "giant" map, along with hundreds of other players where, as you know, the victor will be the last survivor.