PUBG has hit another milestone, just one week after breaking Dota 2’s record for most concurrent players on Steam. The 100-player battle royale saw 1.5 million concurrent users on the platform.
PUBG now over 1.5m PCCU on Steam.— Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) September 24, 2017
The number of MAU's for the game is extremely high compared to total sales.
Very impressive. pic.twitter.com/1zK2HdzeaO
In a Reddit AMA, creator Brendan Greene talked about his interest in a singleplayer campaign. Continued support for the game on PC – as well as bringing it to Xbox One – is probably keeping the team at Bluehole busy enough though.
"I would love to add a single-player campaign to the game," he said. "I think the island we have could be a great location for an interesting story, but unfortunately we just don't have the time or the resources for this at the moment!"
While the game’s patching schedule has slowed down, Greene teased a new vehicle set to arrive in the future.
PUBG launched earlier this year on Steam Early Access. Since then, the game has gone on to sell over 10 million copies.