PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Beats Dota 2 in Concurrent Users

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is currently getting a lot of attention from streamers and YouTubers and it’s only normal that the game’s popularity is rising and rising.

Last week, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds achieved the highest concurrent users on Steam with nearly 900,000 players, surpassing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive by over 300,000 players, and DOTA 2 by  40,000. You can check out an interesting chart portraying this success below:

The game originally attracted 90,000 new players in July, and another 130,000 in August. These numbers are really impressive if you think about the fact that the game hasn’t even made it out of Early Access.

There was a lot of talk about PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds this past week at Gamescom 2017, and keep in mind that now the game is a Microsoft exclusive and will arrive on Xbox One and Xbox One X too.

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