PlayerUnknown & # 39; s Battlegrounds has become the first game in the history of Steam and more than a million people play it every day for a year.
As can be seen on PCGamesN, with figures from SteamDB, the former golden child of the & # 39; hundred entered, one leaves the last 365 (now more) days constantly, even with a marked decline in popularity the past nine months.
PUBG broke the million players in a day mark on 8 September 2017 when 1,028,275 people played the game in a 24-hour period. Since then, not a single day has passed with just under a million people starting and playing the game that made Battle Royales cool.
Those player numbers peaked at an amazing 3,257,248 on January 13 this year, while in the period since hitting a million the numbers hit low at 1,005,484 on September 5. While the rot is certainly set and the numbers have steadily dropped since the peak in January, PUBG still gets many people on hand every day.
It's worth mentioning the Twitch numbers for the game as well, as SteamDB offers: a peak of 597,309 viewers on Amazon's streaming service was seen on 27 July, thanks to the PGI PUBG Global Invitational in Berlin. During the charity event, participants such as Ninja and DrDisRespect took part in an opportunity to win hundreds of thousands of dollars to go to a charity of their choice.
However PUBG does with its main competitor Fortnite, we do not know for sure. The latter does not work via Valve's storefront, so sequence numbers for player numbers are not immediately available. It is not really a push to assume that the number is also absurdly high.