A gigantic numbers of 1,349,584 concurrent players.
PlayerUnknown’s Battleground has set a new record with the highest number of concurrent players for any game ever on Steam.One week after surpassing one million consurrent on Steam, Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds has now set all-time record for concurrent users .
According to steam chats the old record was 1,291,328 users on Dots 2 as per of March 2016. Last week PUBG reached the one million club,which is 25 percent better than Dota 2.While the gamelate last month, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds pulled well ahead of Valve’s popular MOBA today. According to Steam’s stats page. Even if the SteamCharts’ numbers aren’t entirely accurate, Bluehole’s insanely popular Battle Royale phenomenon is almost certainly higher.
While these figures may not be quite as exact as Steam’s own, they should be in the right ballpark, and all of these stats place PUBG’s record roughly 50k players ahead of Dota 2’s. That’s a pretty wide margin of error, lending PUBG developer Bluehole Studio’s claim all the more credibility.PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has had more people play it at once than any other game in Steam history.
Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds has already sold more than 10 million copies. It remains to be seen what, if anything, the full release could add to the player base when that happens for PC at the end of the year and Xbox One next year.This, of course, follows the Gamescom invitational tournament that was held 3 weeks ago. Perhaps that had something to do with the game’s immense growth since then?