PUBG Xbox One Version Exceeds 3 Million Users
Despite first being available for play as a part of Steam’s Greenlight program almost a year ago, the fervor for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is still going strong into 2018. The game recently broke its own record of having the most concurrent players of a single game on Steam, and thanks to the game’s console debut on Xbox One, new audiences are being introduced to the game for the first time. Now, the console-exclusive home of the phenomenon title has more reason to celebrate, as the PUBG Xbox One version has now exceeded 3 million users.
Xbox Wire made the official announcement today that the PUBG xbox One version has already exceeded 3 million users. The game first released on Xbox One on December 12th last year, meaning that the game has reached this milestone without even being out for a full month. Xbox spoke on behalf of the PUBG team by saying:
The team at PUBG Corp. is determined to continue to improve the in-game experience for PUBG’s growing and active community and have already released four updates since the game’s launch in Xbox Game Preview on December 12. You’ll continue to see regular updates roll out for PUBG on Xbox One such as this week’s addition of first-person support for solo, duo, and squads gameplay and the team is just getting started, with more updates planned that include additional game optimization and the new Miramar map – keep up-to-date by visiting PUBG Corp’s official forums.”
It’s great to see the Xbox community embrace PUBG so quickly. Hopefully those numbers do the opposite of a Battle Royale map and grow larger and larger. What do you guys think about the PUBG Xbox One version reaching over 3 million users? Let us know in the comments below!
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