Holding strong as Steam’s number one seller for more than two weeks, Bluehole and Brendan Greene announced today that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has sold more than one million units on Steam Early Access in 16 days. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has remained in the top three concurrent user count on Steam, peaking at more than 89,000 simultaneous active players at a given time.

The battle royale chart-topper has over 150,000 concurrent viewers on Twitch with more than 2,000 streamers streaming every day. To date, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has been featured on more than 39,841 streams for a total of 5,168,180 minutes streamed since launch.

“We couldn’t have reached this milestone without the dedication of our players and we are truly humbled by their passionate response,” said Brendan Greene (aka PlayerUnknown). “As we move to make improvements and deliver new content we will actively engage this growing fan base.”

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is being developed and is planned to be in Early Access for less than six months. More information can be found here. ‘Like’ on Facebook, and follow the team on Twitter @PUBATTLEGROUNDS for all the latest updates and news.

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  1. […] Bluehole, Inc., announced today that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), the first standalone Battle Royale game with more than eight million units sold on Steam, will be published by Microsoft on Xbox One. Through this partnership, Microsoft will help accelerate console development and maintain quality across all platforms. Bluehole, Inc. will maintain full development and creative control of PUBG. […]

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